How to Activate Registrar Module on ResellerClub?

To begin using the ResellerClub, you will first need to activate the Registrar Module in it.

Here are the steps you will need to follow to activate the ResellerClub Registrar Module:

  1. Login to your WHMCS Admin Area
  2. Navigate to Configuration() -> System Settings -> Domain Registrars
  3. If you have a version prior to WHMCS 8.0, Navigate to Setup -> Products/Services -> Domain Registrars.
  4. Locate Resellerclub in the list
  5. Click on the Activate button
  6. Enter your Resellerclub API credentials
  7. Click on the Save Changes button to complete the process
Before you begin using the ResellerClub API with your account, you must authorize your server IP for access to your account.

Below are the steps for Server IP Authorization:

IP Registration

ResellerClub’s API is IP restricted. If you want to use the ResellerClub API, you must first allow your servers IP to access your ResellerClub account via the API:

  1. Login to the LogicBoxes/ResellerClub control panel
  2. Navigate to Settings -> API
  3. Enter your server IP address in the fields provided
  4. Click on the Save Whitelisted IP addresses button
If you don’t find the IP addresses to be whitelisted, you can always navigate to Help -> License Information within the WHMCS Admin Area and find the valid IP values.

Note : If you fail to follow the above steps, you will get the error message, “Access Denied: You are not authorized to perform this action”

Configuring ResellerClub

Before using the ResellerClub, you need to configure it. Below are the steps to complete the configuration:

  1. Login to the ResellerClub Control Panel and navigate to User Profile -> Manage Profile and note down the Reseller ID somewhere. (You will receive the URL in through an email when you sign up).
  2. While you are still on the ResellerClub control panel page, navigate to Settings -> API and enter the IP address of the server where WHMCS is installed. It is now authorized for the API access.
  3. On the same page, you will find an API Key – you will need to note down this API key.
The Reseller ID and API Key values are used while configuring the Resellerclub module within WHMCS. For more information on where to input these values, please refer to the Activation section above.

Why Designated Agent?

This option modifies the approval workflow used while updating the WHOIS contact details and transferring domain names. For more information about Designated Agent, refer to the ResellerClub documentation article:

How to Use Demo Mode?

Note : ResellerClub requires the use of a Demo Account Reseller ID and API Key with the Test URL instead of your Live Account credentials. Usage of your Live Account credentials, even with the Test URL, will result in actions being performed in the live environment. Orders placed through the ResellerClub Demo Platform will simulate a domain registration and management function, but no domain will actually be registered, and you will not be charged. This can be useful to test WHMCS configurations prior to going live.

To use the ResellerClub demo mode:

  1. Register for an account on the dedicated demo system at:
  2. In WHMCS, navigate to Configuration () -> System Settings -> Domain Registrars -> ResellerClub
  3. If you have a version prior to WHMCS 8.0, Setup -> Domain Registrars -> ResellerClub
  4. Enter the new Reseller ID and API Key for your demo account
  5. Check the TestMode checkbox
  6. Click on the Save Changes button

Once the testing is completed, enter the Reseller ID and API Key of your live account as above, and uncheck the TestMode checkbox.

Note: Live nameservers created at the Registry will return a Nameserver is not a valid Nameserver error unless they are created/registered in the demo environment. The demo control panel will try to check the validity of the nameservers in the demo platform and not on the Registry, so you must register the nameservers first before attempting any domain registrations on the demo platform. You can use and as your nameservers without having to first register them on the demo environment.

Domain Contacts in Different Versions

Version 5.x and Below:

In version 5.x and below, the client’s profile data is always used while registering domains through LogicBoxes modules (ResellerClub, NetEarthOne, Stargate), even if the “User Client Details” option is disabled in the General Settings.

Version 6.x and Above:

In version 6.x and above, a unique contact will be created for each domain. This contact will be applied to the Registrant, Billing, Tech and Admin contact for the domain’s whois records. Modifying the whois details for the domain will change only this one domain.

If a client has multiple domains registered, they will all use the same contact details for all four WHOIS contacts. Changing the WHOIS details on one domain will also change the details for others.

Automatic Domain Registration

You can automatically setup the Domain Registration based on extension in WHMCS. This will enable you to use different registrars for different TLDs thus giving you the flexibility to offer more extensions and get the best value. Refer to Configuring Automatic Registration to enable automatic registration.

Automatic Domain Synchronization

Automatic Domain Synchronization is supported by the ResellerClub module. This can be used for syncing of expiry dates and status changes for incoming transfers. This functionality can be enabled by having the Domain Sync Enabled. To enable it, Navigate to Setup -> General Settings -> Domains. Make sure that you have the Domain Sync Cron configured on your system.


Some Common ResellerClub Errors and their Solutions:

There are some errors that occur the ResellerClub is not reachable. Here are some of them:

1. Connection Problems

These are caused when they might be experiencing problems, or there could be a local firewall blocking the connection.

2. Access Denied: You are not authorized to perform this action

3. CURL Error: 7 – couldn’t connect to host

This error message occur when you haven’t yet allowed your server’s IP to access your ResellerClub account via the API.

Error Rectification: Navigate to Settings -> API section of the LogicBoxes control panel, and allow the server IP to access your ResellerClub account. The IP you need to authorize is typically the main shared IP of the server, usually most easily found from the IP your WHMCS license is assigned to, but if you’re unsure of neither of those IPs work, then ResellerClub can assist and advise you of the IP they see your connection tests as coming from via a support ticket.

4. ‘Invalid Password/Username’ or ‘Your User account maybe Inactive or Suspended’

This error occurs when the login details you have entered in Configuration () -> System Settings -> Domain Registrars or, prior to WHMCS 8.0, Setup -> Domain Registrars for the Resellerclub module are incorrect.

It also occurs when your account is suspended (less likely).

Error Rectification: Check your configuration details to see if you have entered the correct login details and retry.

5. Website Doesn’t Exist For xxx

This error occurs when the domain does not exist in your ResellerClub account.

Error Rectification: You will need to wait for some time. This message is displayed when a domain transfer is in progress but will automatically disappear when the transfer is complete.

6. Telephone No. is invalid. Please note that only digits are allowed

This error occurs when you enter the country codes along with the telephone number.

Error Rectification: Enter just the phone number without the Country Code.

7. Language code not valid for this TLD

This error occurs when you attempt to register an IDN without specifying a valid language for the domain. This is configured through an additional domain field. For more instructions, please refer to #IDN Configuration.

If you already have an IDN Language additional domain field configured, this error suggests that the language value that is selected is not valid for this particular TLD. Please refer to the idnLanguageCode section in the ResellerClub API Documentation which lists the available values for each TLD.

8. An unknown fault occurred – please contact support

This error occurs when the client’s profile data contains characters other than a-z and 0-9. The ResellerClub API won’t accept any accent or other Non-Latin characters.

Error Rectification: Any accents or other Non-Latin characters need to be replaced. WHMCS can be customized to automatically convert Non-Latin characters into their Latin equivalent. Please refer to Custom Transliteration for more details.

9. An unexpected error has occurred

This error occurs when the login details are missing or incorrect

Error Rectification: Make sure that you have entered your Reseller ID and API Key correctly under Configuration () -> System Settings -> Domain Registrars or, prior to WHMCS 8.0, Setup -> Products/Services -> Domain Registrars as described above.

10. Required parameter missing: name

This error occurs when the client’s details are not being sent to ResellerClub.

Error Rectification: Ensure the client’s details are correctly filled in the following locations:

  • Navigate to the Profile Tab
  • Under the Contacts Tab (if a contact is specified on the order details page)
  • Your company details are specified under Configuration () -> System Settings -> General Settings -> Domains or, prior to WHMCS 8.0, Setup -> General Settings -> Domains.
  • Check the Clients Details checkbox in Configuration () -> System Settings -> General Settings -> Domains or, prior to WHMCS 8.0, Setup -> General Settings -> Domains.

11. Feature Deprecated. Please refer to KB link

This error is caused by a change in the ResellerClub API. The ResellerClub API changes the way the domain contact details are updated effective from 1st December 2016.

Error Rectification: An update has been made in the latest release of WHMCS version 7 to prevent this situation. Upgrading to this version will prevent this message.

A patch file has also been made available for WHMCS version 6. It can be downloaded using this link: LogicBoxes IRTP API patch.

12. There is already a pending action on this domain

This error occurs when a WHOIS contact details update is pending on this domain.

Error Rectification: Once the new contact details are confirmed by the new and old contact, this message will disappear within 1 day. This policy came into effect on 1st December 2016, you can read more about it in our blog].

How to troubleshoot the 500 Internal Server Error and quickly get your WordPress Site Up and Running?

There are different web servers, operating systems and browsers that people use these days. Due to these, there are different types of 500 internal server errors that we might get. But they all convey the same meaning. Some of the types of 500 internal server errors are:

  • “500 Internal Server Error”
  • “HTTP 500”
  • “HTTP 500 – Internal Server Error”
  • “500 Error”
  • “HTTP Error 500”
  • “500 – Internal Server Error”
  • “500 Internal Server Error. Sorry something went wrong.”
  • “500. That’s an error. There was an error. Please try again later. That’s all we know.”
  • “The website cannot display the page – HTTP 500.”
  • “Is currently unable to handle this request. HTTP ERROR 500.”
Sometimes, simply a blank screen occurs while you deal with 500 internal server errors.

What are the causes of 500 Internal Server Error on WordPress?

The Internal server errors don’t seem to have an exact cause as they do not provide the detailed description of the problem. Internal server error is not only specific to WordPress but it persists on any website that runs on your server.

The 500 Internal Server Error is most likely caused in the root directory where the WordPress files are located. It can also be caused by problems in your host’s server. It requires a lot of troubleshooting.

We’re going to tell you some quick and easy solutions to resolve this problem. By knowing these tricks, you can get rid of the 500 Internal Server error very easily.

Let’s get started.

2. How to Fix the 500 Internal Server Error on your WordPress Site

  1. Reload the page:

The first and very quick attempt to fix the internal server error is to reload your page. Simply press F5 or Ctrl + F5. This also clears the browser cache. This is a good step to troubleshoot the internal server error issue.

  1. Reload the page:

You can try running the same page in a different browser.

You can try using to check if the website is down for everyone or just you!

  1. Check for corrupt .htaccess file:

You can get rid of corrupt .htaccess file by renaming your primary .htaccess file.

To generate a new .htaccess file…

  • Login to your site using FTP (file manager in hosting account’s dashboard).
  • After connecting to FTP, you will find folders like wp-content, wp-admin, and wp-includes.
  • Locate your .htccess file and right click on it.
  • Click on “View/Edit”.
  • Go to settings -> Permalinks page (in WordPress Admin area).
  • Click on the Save button.
  • Increasing PHP Memory limit:
  • If you get the 500 internal server error when you are trying to login to WordPress admin or when you are trying to upload an image into WordPress admin, then you might need to increase your PHP memory limit.

    It can be done by using these simple steps:

    • Create a blank text file called php.ini
    • Paste this code in the text file created: memory=64MB
    • Save the text file
    • Click on “View/Edit”.
    • Upload it into your /wp-admin/ folder using FTP
  • Deactivate all plugins:
  • In some cases, the internal server error can be caused due to a specific plugin.

    To deal with this, you need to deactivate all the WordPress plugins at once.

    The WordPress plugins can be deactivated by using the following steps:

    • Connect your website using an FTP client.
    • Navigate to the /wp-content/ folder -> plugins.(WordPress stores all plugins installed on your website in this folder).
    • Right-click on the plugins folder and select Rename.
    • Change the name of the plugins folder to any name of your choice. Example: ‘plugins.remove’.

    If you visit the Plugins page inside the WordPress admin area, you will see notifications for all the deactivated plugins.

    Once this is done, all your plugins will be deactivated.

  • Upload fresh versions of wp-admin and wp-includes to your WordPress site:
  • If your WordPress files are corrupted, this step will fix the 500 internal server error for you.

    • Visitthe website and click on the Download button.
    • Extract the zip file and inside it you will find a WordPress folder.
    • Connect to your WordPress website using an FTP client.
    • Go to the root folder of your website.
    • In the left column open the WordPress folder on your computer.
    • Select wp-includes and wp-admin folders.
    • Right-click and select ‘Upload’.
    • Your FTP client will now transfer those folders to your server.
    • Select the ‘Overwrite’ option
    • Select the ‘Always use this action’ option from the list.

    Your FTP client will replace your older WordPress files with newer fresh copies.

  • Resolve Permissions Error:
  • You can get the 500 internal server error if there is a permissions error with a file or folder on your server.

    To resolve the permissions error, you’ve got to be aware if the following rules are followed while giving file or folder permissions in WordPress.

    • All files should be 644 (-rw-r–r–) or 640.
    • All directories should be 755 (drwxr-xr-x) or 750.
    • No directories should ever be given 777, not even the upload directories.
    • Hardening: wp-config.php can also be set to 440 or 400.
  • Resolve Permissions Error:
  • Please follow these simple rules while dealing with CGI scripts:

    • Always use plain text editors such as Atom, Sublime, or Notepad++ for editing. This ensures they remain in ASCII format.
    • Make sure that correct permissions of chmod 755 are used on CGI scripts and directories.
    • Upload your CGI scripts in ASCII mode (Can be selected in your FTP editor) into the cgi-bin directory on your server.
    • Make sure that the Perl modules required for your script are installed and supported.
  • Reinstall WordPress:
  • If none of the above resolutions help, you might try reinstalling the WordPress once. It might help fix the issue and may even fix file permission problems as a bonus.

  • Server Issue: Contact your Host:
  • If you have followed all of these steps andare still unable to resolve the issue, your host may have it. Contact your web hosting support team and they will be able to check the server logs and locate the cause of the error.

    Concluding Thoughts

    We hope this article was useful to you to fix the “WordPress 500 internal server error” problem. You can now troubleshoot this 500 Internal Server Error quickly and get your site up and running.

    What is WHMCS?

    WHMCS stands for Web Host Manager Complete Solution. It is a great client management, billing, and support interface for hosting your business on the internet. You can easily expand your web dependant business by automating tedious and repetitive tasks. This convenient support interface allows you to constantly grow your business and helps you to manage the following tasks:

    • Customer support (including customer sign up and customer termination)
    • Domain registration
    • Powerful automation
    • Report generation
    • Billing and support solution for online business
    • Order management
    • Fraud management
    • Creation and management of web hosting services for clients

    How to set up the Sign up for Customers

    Sign-In Integrations allows customers to connect important services with WHMCS for registration and sign-in. This feature is applicable toFacebook, Google,and Twitter.

    Configuring Sign-In with Facebook:

    When you sign in with Facebook, you connect your Facebook accounts with your WHMCS for quick and automatic sign up.

    Requirements for Sign-In with Facebook:

    • You must have a Facebook account (App)
    • Retrieval of app credentials
    • Activation of Facebook within WHMCS

    Steps to create a Facebook App for WHMCS:

    1. To create a new App: Click on
    2. Log in to your Facebook account
    3. Click on the “My Apps” tab and navigate to Create New App
    4. You will get a pop up to create a new app ID. In that pop-up, Enter a ‘Display Name’. This Display name will be visible to the audience (You can use your company name here). Also enter your ‘Contact Email’ (This initiates communication to your app).
    5. After entering the display name and company name, click on the “Create App ID” button
    6. You will get a pop up to Select a Scenario. Select the “Integrate Facebook Login” option from this pop-up
    7. Click on the “confirm” button
    8. You will now be able to view your App dashboard
    9. Click on the “Finish Quickstart” button
    10. In the next pop-up, select ‘Web’ as the platform requirement
    11. You will be asked to provide information about your website. You must enter the full URL to the root domain of your website
    12. Click on the “Save” button and then on the “Continue” button
    13. Navigate to Settings and select ‘Basic’. Settings->Basic
    14. Under the ‘Basic’ option. You must enter the App Domain. Enter the same URL as you entered in Step 11 when you enter the “App Domain”
    15. Enter the “Privacy Policy” URL and “Data Deletion URL”
    16. Enter the “Terms of Service URL”
    17. Enter the “Category”(this would probably be Business and Pages)
    18. Save the changes
    19. Toggle the Off switch in the top right corner to On
    20. Confirm to make your App public.

    Done!You’re all set to use Facebook App for WHMCS.

    Configuring Sign-In with Google:

    When you sign in with Google, you connect your Google accounts with your WHMCS for quick and automatic sign up.

    Requirements for Sign-In with Google:

    1. Creation of Google Developer Project and Retrieval of API credentials
    2. Activation of GoogleSign In within WHMCS

    Steps to Create a Google Developer Project and Retrieve API Credentials:

    1. To create a developer project: Click on
    2. Login to your Google account
    3. Click on the “Project selector”and choose “Create project”
    4. Enter the name you want to give to your project and click on the “Create” button (only you can see this name, it is private to you)
    5. Your project dashboard will open. In this dashboard, navigate to the left sidebar and select the “Credentials” option
    6. After entering into “credentials”, first, complete the OAuth consent screen configuration in the ‘OAuth consent screen’ tab.In this tab enter product name, logo URL, and homepage URL(visible to users while authorizing access)
    7. Click on the ‘Save’ button
    8. Now click on the ‘credentials’ tab and navigate Create Credentials -> OAuth client ID.
    9. The following pop-up will appear. In this pop-up, choose ‘Web Application’
    10. Now you need to enter ‘Name’ for the credential set (private to you), ‘Authorized JavaScript origins’, and ‘Redirect URIs’. Enter your full root domain in both the ‘authorized JavaScript origin’ and ‘redirect URI’ boxes.
    11. you have entered these credentials, click on the “Create” button.
    12. You will get a pop-up showing your ‘client ID’ and ‘client secret’. These are the important values you will need to activate Google Sign In within WHMCS.So note it down somewhere.

    We must now proceed to activate Google within WHMCS.

    Steps to Activate Google within WHMCS:
    1. Login to the WHMCS admin area.
    2. Navigate to Configuration -> System settings -> Sign-In Integrations (in WHMCS 8.0). If you have an older version of WHMSC, navigate to Set up -> Sign-In Integrations.
    3. Under the Google heading, select ‘Activate’.
    4. You will be asked to enter your ‘client ID’ and ‘client secret’. Enter it.
    5. Click on Save and Activate.

    If the client ID and client secret entered is valid, the WHMCS will successfully authenticate with the Google API and the values will be saved.

    Done! Google Sign-In is now enabled for you.

    Configuring Sign-In with Twitter:

    When you sign in with Twitter, you connect your Twitter accounts with your WHMCS for quick and automatic sign up.

    Requirements for Sign-In with Twitter:
    • Creation ofTwitter App and Retrieval of API credentials
    • Activation of TwitterSign In within WHMCS
    Steps to Create a Twitter App and Retrieve API Credentials:
    1. To create a Twitter App, Click on
    2. Login to your Twitter account
    3. Click on the “Create New App” button
    4. In the ‘App name’, ‘Application description’, and ‘Website URL’ fields, enter the Name, Description, and Website URL for your App.
    5. Check the “Enable Sign in with Twitter” box.
    6. Fill out the last box asking “Tell us how the App will be used” explaining the use of the App.
    7. Click on the ‘Create’ button
    8. To create the Twitter App, you need to have a valid phone number registered with your Twitter account failing which you may come across an error
    9. Upon submitting the App Creation form, you will see a success confirmation page.
    10. Within the success confirmation page, navigate to the “Permissions” tab. WHMCS requires only Read permission. So, click on the “Edit” button, change the default Access permission level to ‘Read-only’ and click on the ‘Save’ button.
    11. Now navigate to the ‘Keys and tokens’ tab in the same page. You will get a pop-up showing your ‘Consumer API Keys’ and ‘Access token & access token secret’. These are the important values you will need to activate Twitter Sign In within WHMCS. So note it down somewhere.

    We must now proceed to activate Twitter within WHMCS.

    Steps to Activate Twitter within WHMCS:
    1. Login to the WHMCS admin area.
    2. Navigate to Configuration -> System settings -> Sign-In Integrations (in WHMCS 8.0). If you have an older version of WHMSC, navigate to Set up -> Sign-In Integrations.
    3. Under the Twitter heading, select ‘Activate’.
    4. You will be asked to enter your ‘Consumer API Keys’ and ‘Access token & access token secret’.
    5. Click on Save and Activate.

    If the Consumer API Keys and Access token & access token secretentered is valid, the WHMCS will successfully authenticate with the Twitter App and the values will be saved.

    Done! Twitter Sign-In is now enabled for you.

    How to set Products and Services Due Date in WHMCS?

    There is a way we can set the due date for the products and services in WHMCS. This can be done by Configuring Invoice Settings.

    How to Configure the Invoice Settings to set the Due Dates in WHMCS:

    WHMCS has the integrated efficiency to invoice your customers exactly when you want.

    This configuration setup helps you to:

    1. Choose invoice timing.
    2. Set invoice generation intervals.
    3. Set payment reminder emails.

    To start with the due date setup, navigate to Configuration -> system Settings -> Automation Settings (in WHMCS 8.0).

    If you have an older version of WHMSC, navigate to Set up ->Automation Settings.

    How to choose Invoice Timing:

    You can choose a specific time or a specific hour in a day to execute invoicing and other automated tasks using WHMCS.
    The default WHCMS time is set to 9AM local server time.

    The ‘Time of Day’ setting in the ‘Scheduling’ section allows you to customize the time to execute invoicing.

    Once you have made your time selection, click on the ‘Save Settings’ button.

    How to Set Invoice Generation Levels:

    You can customize the number of days left before the Next Due Date at which the invoice gets generated in WHMCS.

    WHMCS generally generates the invoices 14 days prior to the Next Due Date by default.

    To get this done, navigate to the ‘Billing Settings’ section.

    The invoice generation can be customized in two ways:

    How to Set Invoice Generation Levels:By specifying an invoice interval for all billing cycles:

    You need to modify the invoice generation setting if you want all the product and domains to be invoiced with the same interval. The billing cycle can be monthly, quarterly, etc.

    Click on the ‘Save Changes’ button.

    By specifying an invoice interval for all billing cycles:

    You need to modify the invoice generation setting if you want all the product and domains to be invoiced with the same interval. The billing cycle can be monthly, quarterly, etc.

    Click on the ‘Save Changes’ button.

    By specifying an invoice interval per billing cycle:

    You also have an option to specify the different number of days in advance to generate an invoice. One can be based on the domain names and another based on the billing cycle (monthly, quarterly, etc).

    To get this done, navigate to the ‘Invoice Generation’ screen and click on ‘Advanced Settings’.

    You will be allowed to specify the number of days before the Next Due Date to generate the invoice.

    You need to fill these fields with the required values.

    After this, click on the ‘Save Changes’ button.

    How to Set Payment Reminder Intervals:

    You can now remind the customers to make payments before due date. WHMCS provides the ability to send reminders to customers to ensure payments after the system sends the invoice. An email reminder can be sent before the invoice is due. You can also send several invoice unpaid reminders to customers after the invoice due date is passed.

    To perform this action, navigate to the ‘Billing Settings’ section and edit the fields as per your requirement.

    Click on the ‘Save Changes’ button.

    How to change the way the dates are displayed?

    You can display the date formats in several ways in WHMCS.

    1. Navigate to Setup -> General settings.
    2. Choose the ‘Localization’ tab.
    3. In the ‘Date Format’ field, choose the display style in which you want the dates to appear to the staff in the administration area.
    4. In the ‘Client Date Format’ field, select the display style in which you want the dates to appear to the visitors in the client area.
    5. Click on the ‘Save Changes’ button.

    Your dates are now personalized!

    A SuperSite storefront is a large collection of products, domains, and services. It is a marketplace where you can find services like reselling domains, hosting solutions, email solutions and security solutions. If you desire to sell your own products with your customers’ ownership, this is the right place.

    1. Importance of SuperSite Storefront

    You can create your own marketplace and you can choose your domain name according to your wish and fully brand it.

    You will be able to perform the following activities using the Supersite Storefront:

    • Brand your Storefront: Change the URL, customize your logo to represent your brand.
    • Choose your own domain names like .COM, .CO, .NET, .ORG, etc.
    • Customize the storefront in HTML or CSS.
    • Customize the SuperSite language. The SuperSite is multilingual.
    • Customize the SuperSite theme.
    • Brand your nameservers.
    • Create your own web hosting and email plan.
    • Manage product and pricing.
    • Set the prices easily and with large flexibility for the products that you wish to resell.
      You can set pricing for:

    1. Domain names
    2. Web Hosting packages
    3. Email plans
    4. Website design services
    5. Digital certificates
    • Set the profit percentage at which you want to resell your products.
    • Offer discounts on your products.
    • Use pre-defined templates that specifically offer the products that you want to resell.
    • Set the tax rules according to the region in which your customers reside (customer’s region).
    • Add payment methods for the customers to make the payment.The payment gateway module supports various payment gateways. Even if any particular payment gateway is not listed in the SuperSite, you can configure it anytime by using the custom payment gateway module.

    2. Uses of SuperSite Storefront:

    Using the supersite storefront, you can completely customize the HTML, CSS images and your content in order to make your brand easily noticeable. The SuperSite Storefront contains pre-written editable content that helps you to sell your products with great SEO friendly description for your products.

    • You can choose what you want to sell – You can select products from a wide range of selections.
    • You can customize pricing – Prices for products can be set with a hassle-free method and can be flexibly edited.
    • You will be able to establish a fully branded storefront site.
    • You can use the invoicing feature of storefront to manage the payments of customers. You can also integrate it with WHMCS.
    • You can benefit your customers with a lot of control panels to manage their orders, payments and renewals.
    • You can build the description for your products without much effort by using the inbuilt, ready to use content pages that also have the SEO features.
    • You can make your own brand by designing the desired logo, brand name and the DNS information for your Supersite.
    • You will need to set your pricing according to the products you list for reselling.You can also offer discounts on your products.
    • You can launch your grand new business in the market and get ready for selling your products.
    • You can launch your grand new business in the market and get ready for selling your products.
    • You can launch your grand new business in the market and get ready for selling your products.
    • You can also perform WHMCS and billing integrations.
      You can resell the following services:

    1. Business email solutions – Empower your customers with best email solutions.
    2. SSL Certificates – Enable your customers to protect their data using secure encryption passwords for protecting their credit card and identification information.
    3. Privacy Protection – Protect your customers’ identity from hackers and spammers by providing password protection.
    4. Web Hosting Packages – Enable reselling of shared or dedicated hosting products through your own hosting platform using storefront.

    3. Who can use SuperSite Storefront:

    1. Anyone who is interested to drive more traffic and comments to their business websites can make use of the Supersite Storefront:
    2. Using a SuperSite Storefront is what you can do to massively grow your business even if you are not much aware of technical aspects of website hosting or even about the marketing campaigns.
    3. Anyone who is interested in reselling Web Hosting services, domain names and security products to his customers without much effort keeping in mind that your customers’ websites are safe needs to use the SuperSite Storefront.
    4. If you want your own branded e-commerce website in which you will be able to sell all your products, suggested use is the SuperSite Storefront
    5. If your goal is to sell hosting products such as Shared Hosting, VPS server hosting, Reseller Hosting or even Branded hosting, just go for the use of SuperSite Storefront.Also sell popular domain extensions like .NET, .COM, .BIZ and various other nTLDs, ccTLDs and gTLDs.

    You can use our SuperSite Theme page to give an attractive and outstanding look to your Storefront. These themes work great on all browsers.

    You can check out Supersite Storefront: by clicking on the link below :-

    What is WHMCS?

    Starting your own web hosting business or offering web services to clients is a great way to deliver value added services to clients. For web designers and developers, it can be a way to bundle additional services with a client and maintain an ongoing relationship after development has completed.

    A client management panel such as WHMCS can be used to automate the creation and management of web hosting services for clients. In this article, we’ll outline what WHMCS is and how it can be used for your business.

    You may be wondering if WHMCS is an acronym and if so, what does it stand for? WHMCS stands for Web Host Manager Complete Solution. That’s because WHMCS was initially developed as a control panel which allowed the automated provisioning of cPanel web hosting accounts using the Web Host Manager control panel.

    What is it used for?

    WHMCS is a full-featured web hosting client management panel. It’s primary purpose is to provide web hosting businesses with a cart system that can be integrated into their websites so that visitors can purchase web hosting services.

    Unlike a traditional cart, WHMCS integrates with a wide variety of web hosting servers and related applications so that when a client purchases a service on your site, WHMCS will collect payment, create a user account for the client to manage their service, and automatically provision the web hosting account on the hosting server.

    This process can save web hosting providers hours of manual work and makes customer onboarding very simple. WHMCS contains all of the tools needed to make customer creation and management happen, including:

    • Customer support
    • Billing management
    • Reports
    • Fraud Management
    • Order Management
    • Domain Registration

    WHMCS is not just used for setting up cPanel accounts. It can also be used to automate provisioning on:

    • VPN Accounts
    • Game Servers
    • VPS Hosting
    • Domains
    • Email Accounts

    And a wide variety of other web service related products.

    What is a WHMCS module?

    A WHMCS module is a third-party addon which can be integrated into WHMCS in order to add additional functionality to the panel or to integrate with another service. For example, ServerMania could develop a WHMCS module so that resellers of our servers can automate the order process of a server, or allow resellers to add server management functions into their client area.

    WHMCS modules are a great way to expand upon the already extensive functionality of the panel.

    Why Is It Crucial for Reseller Hosting?

    Think of WHMCS as a software suite that makes life easier for hosting resellers. At the top of its list of functions is automated billing: WHMCS automatically collects payment from your clients so you never have to worry about it.

    But WHMCS also handles an array of additional hosting-related services. Through it, you can set up new accounts (and domains), manage existing accounts, consolidate customer communications in one place, support a ticketing system, and set up self-service tools to give your clients more autonomy.

    WHMCS is also flexible in terms of compatibility with control panels and service providers. It integrates with over 200 of the most popular ones, including:

    • cPanel
    • Plesk
    • SolusVM
    • Enom
    • ResellerClub
    • DirectAdmin
    • Weebly
    • Symantec
    • Cloudflare
    • Liquid Web

    So, if you’re going to enter the reseller hosting business, you’ll want a WHMCS. You’ll be glad you have it too, since it automates and streamlines most of your work.

    As for pricing, the plans are scaled based on the size and demands of your company. While the starter plan is only $15.95 a month, you’ll soon need to upgrade to a long-term solution if you’re serious about reseller hosting. The Plus plan rests at $18.95 a month and situates up to 250 clients, though even this won’t satisfy larger and more ambitious companies. The Professional and Business plans, $24.95 and $39.95 a month respectively, offer a fuller suite of services and situate far more clients.

    However, depending on who your hosting provider is, you may not need to pay the fee at all! As part of the Liquid Web Reseller Partner Program, we give our reseller partners a WHMCS license for free.

    Not only that, but we also provide the WHMCS plugin for free as well. This plugin allows Liquid Web reseller partners to offer even more products to their clients, including:

    • VPS Hosting
    • Cloud Dedicated Hosting
    • Private VPS Parent Hosting

    Additionally, the plugin enables automated VPS provisioning. When one customer provisions a VPS from one of our resellers, the plugin carries the option to display their instance’s bandwidth and monitor information from within the client area. As a reseller, you can offer your customers even more services: load balances, reboots, restores, and more — and all at the click of a button!

    Steps to Add Google Analytics to WHMCS

    Sometimes, adding Google Analytics to WHMCS template would break the template and cause issues. The best way to add tracking code is from the WHMCS administrative backend

    1. Log into your WHMCS backend
    2. Go to Setup and Choose Addon Modules
    3. Activate Google Analytics
    4. Go into your Google Analytics account and take your Tracking ID. This can be done by clicking on the Admin tab and choosing the Property
      Settings. You can see the Tracking ID here.
    5. Copy the Tracking ID and paste it into your WHMCS and choose Universal Code as this provides a larger user data.
    6. Save and close. You are now all set to receive user data in your Google Analytics account.

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