WebPro Panel Part III – The Next Step – Managing your Customers

In our previous post of the WebPro Panel Series, we covered the features of the revamped order management experience, right from purchasing an order, managing it to renewing it. In this third post of the series, we introduce you to our all-new Customer Panel – a panel that gives your customers the freedom to manage their own orders. Further, we will see how you can manage customers, assign orders to them and manage their panel from your WebPro Panel account. For your benefit, we will divide Customer Management into two sections: Managing your Customers Customizing the Customer Panel Managing your […]

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WebPro Panel Part II – An all-new Order Management Experience

In our first post of the WebPro Panel series, we introduced you to our newly launched WebPro Panel, gave you an overview of its features and showed you some of the visual elements that the panel brings. Moving ahead, in this post, we will talk about how we have reimagined order management and introduced some nifty new features that will elevate your experience. We’ll cover how we’ve made the purchase experience more seamless, simplified the order views with quick access to the most frequently used settings and created a more refined renewal experience in the WebPro Panel. So what does […]

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Why Build Native Apps with Vue.js: Top Vue Native Features for Your Business

Building native apps in Javascript using Vue.js has become one of the most popular solutions due to the easy learning curve of this tool. If you’re used to component-based workflow with props, you will find things familiar with Vue. Developers who have experience with Angular or React will find familiarity with directives in the framework. Vue native allows developers to spend more time building rather than writing boilerplate code. It was created to be the modern framework for Javascript that you can get up and running quickly. It’s lightweight, flexible, and uncomplicated. Vue is designed to be highly adaptable and […]

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New WebPro Reseller Control Panel

WebPro Panel Part I: The Introduction

One of the fundamental mottos of ResellerClub is to help web professionals set up their online business. In fact, our focus rests so much on web professionals (whether they be web designers or developers) that we’ve gone as far as deciding to coin a new term – ‘Web Pro’ – which is basically short for Web Professionals. As a Web Pro, you take care of building websites, installing custom software and essentially help your customers take their businesses online. To make life easy for you i.e. the Web Pro, we have launched an all-new control panel specifically designed to help […]

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Magento 2.3.0 – What’s in Store for You

Without a doubt, Magento remains a popular solution for millions of e-commerce owners globally, because of the exciting features it offers to streamline the process of managing an online store. Developers also find that building an e-commerce site with Magneto is an efficient way to manage time, especially when they are using the right hosting solution from a trusted provider. However, the recent upgrade of the Magneto e-commerce solution to 2.3.0 has left a lot of users very excited and others worried, about any setbacks that may be associated with it. In this article, you will find out what experts […]

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MEAN stack vs LAMP stack: Choosing the right stack for your business

Development is a crucial part of any online business and choosing the right development stack goes a long way. For a long time, developers have been using the LAMP stack. However, with the advancement of technology and shift in the approach of dealing with web applications, web developers are gradually shifted towards the MEAN stack. In this article, we will understand what a stack is, the basic difference between LAMP and MEAN stack and figure out if you should be making the switch from one to another. Let us first try to understand what does a Stack mean. From a […]

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Cross Browser Testing: What, Why and How to Test your WordPress Website

The growing popularity of mobile phones, laptops and tablets has led us to browse the internet for viewing various websites like social media, e-commerce etc using these devices, as opposed to the past when we only used a desktop to surf the internet. It is this trend that has made responsive website design extremely important. Every product developed needs to be tested both for the hardware and software, and a website is no exception. In this article, we’ll cover the software side of things – testing our website if it is compatible on different browsers the user will open it […]

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