Archives for: February 2018

WHMCS Stripe Checkout Plugin



Stripe checkout is the easiest payment flow on web and mobile.

Product features :

  • Account Registration :

    Click “Remember me” to securely store your credit card info for faster checkout on this and other sites that use Stripe.

  • One-Click Payments

    On this computer, when you come back to any participating site, your credit card info will already be filled in: just click Payto confirm your purchase.

    You can edit the card number if you need to. Stripe will store the one you used most recently.en_step2

  • Authentication

    Your credit card is linked to your email address and your mobile phone number.

    To pay with Stripe on a different computer, or after you log out, just enter your email address during checkout and Stripe will instantly send you a text message to verify your identity.

    Message and data rates may apply. Frequency of messages depends on user. For help, reply back with HELP. To stop, reply back with STOP.en_step3

  • Easy to install :

Stripe checkout plugin is very easy to install with your existing WHMCS plugin.

Screenshots :


Price : € 10 only

Drop a comment below, if you are interested for demo.

Python programming basics learning



If you are looking forword to learn basics of python programming, then you definitely like my below post. its quite simple and easy for those who have minimal programing knowledge.

How setup python on your local system and run it?

Basic programming syntax and code snippets


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Donts of Email Etiquette

  1. Leaving the subject blank – always include a relevant subject. This even applies to mails that you reply to or forward to
  2. Typing in capital letters – this is considered to be shouting
  3. Sending emails to the entire organization that is relevant only to a few staff
  4. Storing out of date mail and never deleting them or the attachments
  5. Use of quirky and difficult to read fonts in an email
  6. Replying to all, instead of just to the sender
  7. Marking everything you send as high importance
  8. Sending mail with typing or spelling errors

Dos of Email Etiquette

  1. Be concise and to the point
  2. Answer all questions
  3. Use proper spelling, grammar & punctuation
  4. Use templates for frequently used responses
  5. Answer swiftly- usually within 24 hours
  6. Do not attach unnecessary files
  7. Use proper structure & layout
  8. Read the email before you send it
  9. Take care with abbreviations and emoticons
  10. Use active instead of passive
  11. Avoid long sentences
  12. Use cc: field sparingly
  13. Keep the paragraphs short
  14. Use bullet points if manuy points need to be explained
  15. Make sure your e-mail includes a courteous greeting and closing. Helps to make your e-mail not seem demanding or terse.
  16. Are you using proper sentence structure? First word capitalized with appropriate punctuation? Multiple instances of !!! or ??? are perceived as rude or condescending.
  17. When sending large attachments, always “zip” or compress them before sending.
  18. Only use Cc: when it is important for those you Cc: to know about the contents of the email. Overuse can cause your emails to be ignored.
  19. Include addresses in the To: field for those who you would like a response from.
  20. Include addresses in the Cc: field for those who you are just FYI’ing.
  21. Never expose your friend’s or contact’s email address to strangers by listing them all in the To: field. Use BCC:!
  22. Eliminate big words and overly formal language

Substitute words

  1. Talk about>> discuss
  2. Ask for>> enquire
  3. Help>> assist
  4. Think about>> consider
  5. Get>> receive
  6. Buy>> purchase
  7. Get together>> meet
  8. Let someone know>> inform someone
  9. Get in touch with someone>> contact someone

Useful Language

  1. Thanks for your email
  2. Just a brief note to say/let you know
  3. There are a couple of things, I’m not sure about
  4. Do call me if you’d like to discuss this further
  5. This has been due to/this is because
  6. It was a pleasure dealing with you
  7. Nice to hear from you
  8. I am attaching a copy of…
  9. Your request was forwarded to me
  10. I am afraid I could not open the document
  11. I look forward to your reply
  12. I am also sending a hard copy


  1. Could you
  2. Please could you
  3. I would be grateful if you could
  4. Can you
  5. Do you think you could.

Language To Be Avoided

  1. Please revert back/ reply back>> Use: revert/ reply
  2. Awaiting for your reply>> Use: Awaiting your reply/ waiting for your reply
  3. Please confirm me/ confirm us>> just use please confirm
  4. I suggest you>> I suggest that you…. Eg: I suggest that you upgrade to the next package