I don't understand why this wasn't already part of the application. All of the other major alternatives already offer this. I image the DNS module would be it's own major tool with domain provider addons that would coincide with the existing domain tools.
We need the ability to create and share carts to customers to order on their side. Prebuilt carts help close sales and help speed up the on-boarding process. This could probably be done with URL variables (e.g. domain.com/cart?step=3&item=[IDNUM]&[IDNUM_option]=something
If I register my domain with a plug-in and that domain’s NS records doesn’t match the ones for the domain registrar defaults but does match a cPanel server’s NS or IP address, as well have a matching package, it should automatically show and allow updates to the DNS from within the customer...
We should have the ability to customize our signatures in the CE portal. It just seems more and more unprofessional to have plain text in responses from support agents nowadays. Especially for those using the ticket system for sales-related usage.
When a customer uploads a file to be attached to a ticket, it would be helpful to have a way of storing those in a cloud storage or designated location on the server.
We could really benefit from this as Google Drive has built-in virus scanning capabilities which would minimize the risk on our...
I have so many clients that need a secure way of sending and sharing passwords with us. I have even been working on my own version of this with little luck. This should be a no-brainer anyways; you have the hosting password saved as plain text in the database anyways which is a huge vulnerability.
I can see this being necessary for some security purposes. I have clients whose instances require self-hosting of all assets to prevent shared analytics and potential injection of unwanted code if the CDN were to be infected.
I cannot speak for other currencies but In USD our change uses a 2-digit amount. I've noticed that when I calculate the tax portion. I manually ran this payment and recorded it from a Stripe Invoice which rounded up taxes to the nearest whole cent ($10.13). Because of this, payments created a...
Continuing to pay gateway providers is really starting to get pretty expensive. 2.9% (vs Stripe's 0.8%, capped at $5 fee) gets pretty high when you start doing larger transactions. I just received access to Stripe's ACH payment method, but it's not compatible with our CE's version of the API.
I completely agree, security and ease of use are huge for my clients. Being able to directly sign in with their Google accounts would simplify a lot of our work. It's already implemented into cPanel so I see no reason this shouldn't be doable.
I feel like the SMS verification would require a direct connection to either a third party SMS API which would increase your operational cost or CE would have to integrate a centralized SMS system and would probably be charged to us a "premium" plugin.
I don't use WordPress myself but some of my clients would really benefit from this. I would take it a step further and have a function in the API to pass an active session and it's data to other sites on the same server.