The WordPress eCommerce is one of the popular shopping cart plugin that allows the customers to buy the products and services through online. It runs on a web hosting service based on PHP code and MYSQL database. PlayStation Blog, CNN Political Ticker, NASA Ames Research Center, and The New York Observer are the popular sites using this WordPress. It is a powerful open source blogging tool that can use to create an excellent content, articles, blogs, etc. It powers more than 60 million websites on the Internet. The developers developed more than 28,480 WordPress Plugins to meet the requirements of all the customers and the merchants. For per month approximately 50 million visitors visit the WordPress website. It is well suited for the blog websites. It has thousands of themes to provide the WordPress website very rich and professional.

WordPress is easily integrated with many payment gateways and the shipping methods such as UPS, USPS, Australia Post and Shipwire for real-time shipping rates. It is a 100% Search Engine Friendly CMS. It is very simple to install and use the WordPress. The main advantage of WordPress is, it plays well with the other plugins. It is very flexible and easy to customize. It helps the merchants to run a successful eCommerce store. It is liked by more than 268,038 Facebook users. No other CMS solution has this much of Facebook likes. Because of its flexibility, the developers developed the ticketing system to provide the best support to the valuable customers. The WordPress website integrates with the OsTicket Support Ticketing System to solve the issues that are facing by the customers who already bought the product from your WordPress eCommerce store.


WordPress Ticketing System

The OsTicketing System is the most popular open source customer support ticketing system. Millions of merchants from the different countries put their trust in this ticketing system. It is a widely used ticketing system that can integrate inquiries through email, web based forms, phone calls, etc. The OsTicket system features are auto response, web and email support, internal notes, canned replies, alerts and notices, help topics, assign and transfer tickets, role-based access, no sign-up required, and support history. It is very simple to install, use, and configure. It provides a fast and an effective support to the customers. This WordPress ticketing system allows the customers to raise the support ticket to solve their issues. After raising the tickets, the support team will solve the issues based on the priority of the tickets.

This ticketing system allows the users to send the unlimited number of support tickets. The user can also send the tickets with the attachments. It allows you to assign the tickets to the support team based on the issues. The WordPress Development team developed this ticketing system to satisfy all your customers. By this you can easily increase the fame of your WordPress eCommerce website. When you clarify all the doubts of your customers regarding about your products, it will increase the growth of the business.

Download: WordPress Ticketing System

WordPress & BuddyPress Overview

Oh well, I have always wanted users to register up on my site and create a base for my clients. That way I am assured of regular hits and get to gain a few of the competitive ads on my site. It was then I got to know the real know-how of this BuddyPress feature and gosh this is just amazing. With BuddyPress, you can let users register on your site, make friends, chat and just do whatever you wish to get them together.

It could be a blog they can post up or patch up with friends and even more, there are really good Buddy Press Developers in the mart, who can actually get things working out for you the way you need them. Further, aside the buddy press feature, there are a couple of blogs that I own on WordPress and have always wondered if it could be possible to integrate both these seamlessly together. And LOL it did happen! There is a WordPress Plug-in that I did install in using the features with ease.

The plug-in that I choose for my BuddyPress site were too good and could be installed on the WordPress Dashboard with ease. And for the newbie who desire to take a look at what this could be all about, there are demos that are offered and make your way through the test drive and then select the one that is best ideal for you.

Install PostgreSQL and PostgreSQL-server packages

[root@egrovechn]# yum install postgresql postgresql-server postgresql-contrib

Configure PostgreSQL Database Server

Initialize the cluster first with initdb command:

[root@egrovechn]# service postgresql initdb


[root@egrovechn]# /etc/init.d/postgresql initdb

Edit /var/lib/pgsql/data/postgresql.conf file:

[root@egrovechn]# vi /var/lib/pgsql/data/postgresql.conf

Set PostgreSQL server to listen all addresses and Change PostgreSQL port (default is 5432). Add/Uncomment/Edit following lines:

listen_addresses = ‘*’

port = 5432

Edit /var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf file:

[root@egrovechn]# vi /var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf

Add (example) your local network with md5 passwords:

# Local networks

host       all           all           xx.xx.xx.xx/xx   md5

# Example

host       all           all        md5

# All Network

host       all           all  trust

Start/Restart PostgreSQL Server:

[root@egrovechn]# service postgresql start


[root@egrovechn]# /etc/init.d/postgresql start

Change to postgres user:

[root@egrovechn]# su postgres

Create test database (as postgres user):

createdb test

Login test database (as postgres user):

psql test

Create new “pguser” Role with Superuser and Password:


Open PostgreSQL Port (5432) on Iptables Firewall (as root user again)

Edit /etc/sysconfig/iptables file:

[root@egrovechn]# vi /etc/sysconfig/iptables

Add following line before COMMIT:

-A RH-Firewall-1-INPUT -m state –state NEW -m tcp -p tcp –dport 5432 -j ACCEPT

-A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp –sport 1024:65535 –dport 5432 -j ACCEPT

-A OUTPUT -p tcp -m tcp –sport 1024:65535 –dport 5432 -j ACCEPT

Restart Iptables Firewall:

[root@egrovechn]# service iptables restart


[root@egrovechn]# /etc/init.d/iptables restart

Test remote connection:

[root@egrovechn]# psql -h dbserver -U testuser test

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