In the previous article we covered the basics of WHMCS, the benefits of using our WHMCS plugin, and how to enable the plugin and widgets we provide in our plugin. This article will cover getting your WHMCS server and the plugin connected to the Storm API. We’ll cover how to configure the WHMCS plugin to [ Read More ]
What is WHMCS & how it can optimize your business The WHMCS software suite is an all-in-one client management, billing & support interface for web hosting businesses. WHMCS can be used to automate the billing and provision of Web Hosting Services. Most often utilized by resellers, WHMCS can simplify and streamline the process of providing hosting [ Read More ]
In our main series on WHMCS we cover installation using CLI, as the directions are easy to copy and paste. However, as not all users are comfortable in a CLI, here, we will cover other methods that can be used to install the WHMCS plugin. While written specifically for the Liquid Web WHMCS plugin the [ Read More ]
The WHMCS software suite is an all-in-one client management, billing & support interface for web hosting businesses. By using this tool hosting providers can save countless hours by automating repetitive tasks, in turn allowing you to focus on growing your business.
With the steps of the previous articles complete, we now have the WHMCS Liquid Web plugin setup and enabled. If you followed the previous directions, you’ve successfully created the first product based on VPS offerings. We will now cover some more advanced product creation options.
In the previous few articles we installed the WHMCS plugin and configured it with the Storm API. This article will cover the fun part, actually using the plugin to create new cloud based products! We’ll go over the plugin’s “Product Setup Wizard”, which makes it easy to create new products based on our Cloud VPS, [ Read More ]
Liquid Web’s Account Management System has a robust API that allows for accessing your account from outside of the Manage interface. For example, the API can be used to integrate WHMCS directly to your Liquid Web account. To access the API, an API user must first be created for that account.
Private Cloud solutions are an excellent option for businesses and organizations that require: complete physical isolation for security, customizable server instances, and/or a high level of flexibility in their hosting infrastructure. On a Private Cloud server you will have the entire physical server is dedicated for your use. Allowing you to utilize and partition the [ Read More ]
MySQL’s, and MariaDB’s, strict mode controls how invalid or missing values in data changing queries are handled; this includes INSERT, UPDATE, and CREATE TABLE statements. With MySQL strict mode enabled, which is the default state, invalid or missing data may cause warnings or errors when attempting to process the query. When strict mode is disabled [ Read More ]
Remote Access Keys are a cPanel feature that allows external servers and software to communicate with a cPanel & WHM server. Access keys can be used by multiple services and servers, including a cPanel DNS Cluster, Liquid Web’s SSL Automation, or to WHMCS, to communicate without needing each of the server’s root passwords. Pre-Flight Check [ Read More ]