For personal and/or professional use
You don't have to install, download or sign up for anything.
Install Plugins and Themes
Click and start using WordPress.
Experiment with WordPress
Go to WP Admin > qSandbox > Debugging
Use phpMyAdmin or Adminer to access the site's database
We're preparing to add more servers
Every user gets their own private WordPress
View any WordPress plugin/theme errors, notices
We use a fast server with nice connectivity.
No need to pull out your wallet.
With WordPress Multisite set up you to create multiple subsites in the same installation
Connect via sftp (port 2222) or ftp (port 21)
We stopped offering FTP access for the moment.
Extend site expiration (paid)
We like to give back and wanted to showcase what qSandbox platform is capable of. This service also tests the limits of our software and all of you also help us to make the software even more stable and robust.
Great question! The answer is a combination of these.
By releasing this tool we're stress testing the software & the server. As humans, we learn when we do things. The lessons we learn with this project we can use to launch a cool hosting business soon. We'll see.
- To attract attention and possibly increase the sign ups of the main business (aka Side Project Marketing).
- Giving back to the WordPress community: I've personally already published 30+ plugins in the official WP plugin repository ( in addition to the 40+ premium ones on my site). It feels great to release something new and useful again.
- I kept an eye on WordPress emails and it still needs testing so why not make it easy.
The sites expire within 8h hours.
After that they will be scheduled for deletion.
We'll have an option for the expiration to be extended.
We make money by:
Cool. Contact us and we'll discuss the options how you can offer a demo for your potential clients.
The server that we use for this service is from online.net (based in France). The main qSandbox site uses a server from SoYouStart (a brand of OVH) in Canada. For the other test servers we use DigitalOcean, Linode, Vulr.
Yes, that's done for security reasons. They are stored and will made available within the test site (soon) so you can see what the site is sending.
Please, check this Orbisius Services page.
You're such as curious person and that's good. You can read more about Slavi Marinov on the Orbisius About page.
For security reasons we apply these limits