The best way to set up a testing environment for WordPress!
Do you develop and sell plugins or themes for WordPress?
If the answer is yes, then you must have noticed how important it is to let your customers try them out online and that this generates many issues for you to solve.
I know you are thinking that a video tutorial would fix this, but you might not be considering the great disadvantage of not being able to let customers test your products or see all of the options your product grants.
Do you know what customers want before purchasing? They want to be able to try the products for themselves! They want to test the administration panel, see the effect produced by each single option in the frontend area, they want to see if the product functions can satisfy their needs in order to feel safe when they purchase. That’s what they want!
Make your customers feel like they are the protagonist of a unique experience making them become admins in your live demo instantly!
We developed the best WordPress plugin to create sandbox environments and online test environments for WordPress themes and plugins, so that you can offer your customers the chance to try out a live demo with exclusive access.
Your customers will be able to test all of the functions offered by your product in a simple and quick way, and they will do so using a dedicated access that will grant them exclusive admin rights.
This will allow you to get rid of those annoying refund requests due to initial misunderstandings about how your product works.
Our YITH WordPress Test Environment automatically generates a cloned instance of your live demo, to do so it uses your customer’s IP to instantly request for it and grant them access. This clone, after a given amount of time, which you will be able to decide yourself, will be automatically deleted leaving behind no trace whatsoever, not even from the files uploaded on your server by customers.
And what if multiple users attempt to use your online demo?
Imagine having 25 to 40 people simultaneously trying to test your online demo. They would all attempt to save their own settings without success, they would keep overwriting themselves resulting in an unsatisfactory and frustrating customer experience.
Clearly, you would close a live demo like that right away, right? From this moment onward you can allow your customers to appreciate your themes and plugins the best possible way.
Create an automatic sandbox to test the WordPress plugins and/or themes
Set the maximum number of sandboxes that can be enabled at the same time
Clone the upload folder for each new sandbox
The sandbox and all the related data are removed when the time limit expires
A countdown to inform the user about the sandbox expiration
Redirect user to an external page through the specific button in the top test site page
Possibility to delete all the active sandboxes