Long-Awaited Hostbill version 1.4.0 is out! Visit our online demo and experience new features like:
…and much much more! Our integrated third party modules list is still growing, with this version we’re introducing goodies support like:
… and as usual: LOT MORE!
Go ahead and grab latest version of HostBill from our clientearea!Tags: hostbill, release
Its around one week until next HostBill will be released, and because of this we’ve decided to show you something special – new free HostBill addon which will be included with next version – PayPal Balance Addon. This simple addon gives you at a glance information about your current PayPal balance. But the best part about it is its simplycity – no need to edit any file!
See how you will be able to start using this (and many other addons):
1. You will visit addon management section, and hit “Activate” next to this addon
2. Fill in your API data, and hit Save Changes
3. Thats it! your Homescreen will look simmilar to this attached below:
…and our addon is working!Tags: easy, hostbill, payment
With release of new version we will introduce new feature to HostBill – customizable client fields. During signup client will pick his profile type – Private profile or Company profile – as an administrator you’ll be able to configure which fields need to be displayed for each type of customer, you also will be able to set those fields required or not, to be displayed on client invoice or not. You will be able to define your own custom fields – lets say you operate in European Union and wants your commercial customers to provide their VAT number during signup – nothing simplier with HostBill! Take a look at screenshots and see by yourself.
Admin section – define fields
Client section – sign-upTags: admin, easy, modification, screenshot, template
This post will not be directly related to HostBill itself – but hey – its developers blog!
I’ve recently stumbled upon great tool called Zen Coding – if you’re using HTML in your everyday work – this little fellow can save you a LOT of time – just requires some practice, for ex:
will be expanded into:
<div id="page"> <div class="logo"></div> <ul id="navigation"> <li><a href=""></a></li> <li><a href=""></a></li> <li><a href=""></a></li> </ul> </div>
Make sure to see it in action:Tags: developers, help, html, tutorial