Whoiscart:Inclused the most advaced features which make the paid shopping carts

Whois.Cart will lessen the load incurred by the many tasks involved with webhosting; it will aumatically register your domains, access your hosting panels and automatically set-up your domains, facilitate user payments, and quite a bit more. Teamed with our simple theme system with which you can skin the cart to match your site, the many plug-ins we plan to offer, and its extensible design – Whois.Cart()tm will provide an unmatched service to your business from both your and your clients’ perspectives.

Feature Status Info
cartServers Supported Linux/Windows Developed on both Linux and Windows, Whois.Cart()tm is guaranteed to work with both systems.
Databases Supported mySQL Geared to work with the award winning mySQL database.
Code PHP Homogenous composition; built 100% in PHP, its unique search engine design makes it the fastest system in its class.
Encryption Method 256-bit Without revealing the method used, the system uses a unique 256-bit encryption method that is one of the few unbroken methods still existing. Used by the NSA and CSIS alike, your sensitive data is safe.

General Features

100% PHP, Zend Encoded for raw speed.
Makes use of our internal PHP whois search engine which results in seamless functionality independent of specific registrar databases.
Extensible, where you can design your own payment, registrar and hosting panel interfaces for the system based on specific interface specifications.
Internationalized, featuring client-selectable language ‘templates’ that adjust the client-side interface to any given language.
Theme-driven, making customization of the system, its invoices, password notices, and receipts easier than ever.
Object-oriented, simplifying updates and access to database stored data.
Modularly built, where the system recognizes added modules without any installation process whatsoever.
IP Based Fraud Screening! Save precious time as the system automatically matches client IP to reported country and reports mismatches using a complex and lightning fast IDX lookup table.

Internal or External Whois Engine

The system offers the use of any external whois engine or our internal engine. Under safe mode? No problems – this new advance will allow you to run from virtually any server. This is an important feature given that registrar based whois systems might not always be operable, or might run into server lag or traffic issues. In this case, the only system you need to worry about, is yours.

Registrar Integration

Whois.Carttm features a special registrar API (RAPI) integration system where by fulfilling several interface requirements, a PHP object can act as intermediary between any registrar that provides a user API and Whois.Carttm. RAPIs are placed into special folders inside the system’s /admin/registrars/ directory and are automatically available for use with the system to perform your registrations, transfers and renewals amongst other registrar commands. The associations are performed on a TLD-assocation basis, defined in the TLD to Registrar API table. This way, associating .com with Enom, .net with OpenSRS, and other TLDs with other RAPIs concurrently is made possible – allowing you to source your registrations with several different registrars on one installation. You can add and remove or adjust associations on the fly without worrying about its inner workings. The system will remember with which API a domain was first registered and maintain its association after any change is made to the general table where necessary.

Hosting Panel Integration

Our new version of Whois.Cart posesses a live hosting panel API (HAPI) interface system. With it, you are able to tie into your hosting panels and multi-manage your servers as orders are placed! With this new system, processed orders automatically generate the hosting accounts (in addition to the domain registrations) required to fulfill your orders and leave your clients happy. There is no limit to the amount of servers you can manage. Currently available are HAPI modules for CPanel/WHM, Interworx, Helm and Directadmin.

Payment Portals

Whois.Cart incorporates a unique payment portal system which recognizes them automatically as they are saved into the appropriate folder. Each portal file is composed of three parts that are used interchangedly by the system. The system also provides a basic ‘plug’ class that you can extend as a PHP object and use as a platform to develop your own payment portals. The system inherently supports the following payment portals, all are provided under the initial purchase price:

Paypal Website Payments PRO

Client Panel

Your clients can now log in to a system that the cart provides and revisit orders they’ve placed with you before. They can also delete unverified orders without your assistance to save you the hassle of deleting orders placed by error. The client panel also provides domain management features, such as setting contacts, changing nameservers, and more. Logging in also circumvents the registration forms, this means that returning customers don’t need to fill the same forms out over and over again. We are constantly developing our system of course, and the extensible design of this front end sets no limits to what we can accomplish with it. Suggestions are always invited!

Recurring Billing

As hosting and domain object anniversaries approach to within the first warning duration you specify in the billing settings panel, invoices are sent to their owning clients, advising that ‘renewables’ have been added to their accounts. Renewables discovered within this range are batched as they are sent to the client as well, merging several invoice items into a single invoice. The client thereafter logs into their client section and either pays for, changes, or cancels those renewable items. Should the client forget to pay, any required suspensions and terminations are also automated – suspension warnings can be sent as required. The unique aspect of the system is that it is sourced through the itself instead of through third-party mechanisms, allowing the client to alter their payment method without your intervention.


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