We have redesigned qSandbox File Cabinet feature. Check out this blog post for more info.
Install plugins and themes from WordPress.org, via ZIP file, from qSandbox FileCabinet, edit theme and plugin files etc.
You only need to remember your qSandbox password to log into any of your test sites. Even from WordPress login page!
Just pick a name and click Add and it will be setup in seconds.
qSandbox FileCabinet is like a shared folder among all your test sites that you can use to quickly install plugins from
Quickly setup the site and do your thing
Quickly duplicate one of your test sites and save some configuration time
Quick setup of FTP accounts which can be pointed to the root of the site or to any other folder e.g. /wp-content/plugins/
Even the temporary files are organized in per site temporary directory which is used for php sessions, temporary files, uploads etc.
Get a free qsandbox.com subdomain which makes the site available right away so no need to wait for DNS changes to propagate or to buy a domain name just for tests.
Duplicate an existing qSandbox site with a few clicks. This will copy the content, database files etc.
Package your existing site using the Duplicator plugin and make changes, upgrade, install, remove plugins and themes, go crazy :)
Intuitive Admin Control Panel
Use our free qSandbox Chrome Extension to install and activate plugins and themes with a single click. It also auto logs you in if necessary.
You can download the whole test site (files + database) from our Control Panel or use Duplicator to export it. You are free to take your work anytime anywhere.
Experiment with plugins and themes like with any other WordPress install. No restrictions.
Quickly add multiple users. Just enter the email. Username and password will be generated automatically if not supplied
Quickly add and activate multiple plugins at once. Just start typing or enter a download link
Quickly add multiple themes at once. Just start typing or enter a download link. Also you can choose which one to activate
View currently installed plugins and themes, their versions, and if there is an update for them (easy for copy + paste)
View php error logs and also those generated from WordPress.
Turn WordPress error reporting On and Off with a single click so any errors are displayed as early as possible.
The search engine won't accidentally index the site because an access code is required before any content is shown. If you're logged in you won't see the access code prompt
The default WordPress Adminbar is set to green to remind you that you're working on a test site and not on the live site to avoid making changes to the wrong site.
Delete the plugin without the annoying prompt to confirm it