sitebuilder

If the Reseller is selling Sitebuilder

Get OrderID (Deprecated)

Note

These methods have been deprecated. You can use these methods instead.

Description

Returns the SiteBuilder OrderId associated with the domain name.

Parameters

Name Data Type Required / Optional Description
auth-userid Integer Required Authentication Parameter
auth-password String Required Authentication Parameter
domain-name String Required The domain name for which the details are required.

HTTP Method

GET

Example Test URL Request


https://test.httpapi.com/api/sitebuilder/order-id.xml?auth-userid=1&auth-password=password&domain-name=xyz

Response

Returns the OrderId associated with the given domain name.

Modify FTP Details (Deprecated)

Note

These methods have been deprecated. You can use these methods instead.

Description

Modifies FTP details.

Parameters

Name Data Type Required / Optional Description
auth-userid Integer Required Authentication Parameter
auth-password String Required Authentication Parameter
order-id Integer Required The orderid for which you want to enroll for a certificate.
ftphost String Required FTP Host Value.
ftpport String Required FTP Port Value
ftpusername String Required FTP Username
ftppassword String Required FTP Password
ftppath String Required FTP Path

HTTP Method

POST

Example Test URL


https://test.httpapi.com/api/sitebuilder/modify-ftp-details.xml?auth-userid=1&auth-password=password&order-id=12&ftphost=host&ftpport=80&ftpusername=test&ftppassword=password&ftppath=test

Response

Returns a map of the result.

Delete (Deprecated)

Note

These methods have been deprecated. You can use these methods instead.

Description

Deletes the specified Order.

Parameters

Name Data Type Required / Optional Description
auth-userid Integer Required Authentication Parameter
auth-password String Required Authentication Parameter
order-id Integer Required OrderId for the order which has to be deleted.

HTTP Method

POST

Example Test URL Request


https://test.httpapi.com/api/sitebuilder/delete.xml?auth-userid=1&auth-password=password&order-id=12

Response

Returns a map with the status of action.

Get Order Details (Deprecated)

Note

These methods have been deprecated. You can use these methods instead.

Description

Gets details for a particular SiteBuilder Order.

Parameters

Name Data Type Required / Optional Description
auth-userid Integer Required Authentication Parameter
auth-password String Required Authentication Parameter
order-id Integer Required OrderId for which details are required.
option Array of Strings Required Vector of different option for details listing. Allowed Option values are:
  • All

  • ConflictDetails

  • PricingDetails

  • OrderDetails

  • StatusDetails

  • ExecutionInfoParams

HTTP Method

GET

Example Test URL Request


https://test.httpapi.com/api/sitebuilder/details.xml?auth-userid=1&auth-password=password&order-id=1233&option=All

Response

Returns a map containing all the details depending upon the options specified.

FileZilla

To Upload Content/Files using FileZilla

  1. Open FileZilla and choose Site Manager under the File menu.

  2. Click the New Site button.

  3. Provide the following details, label the entry as yourdomainname.com and click the Connect button:

    Host: yourdomainname.com

    Port: 21

    Protocol: FTP - File Transfer Protocol

    Encryption: Require explicit FTP over TLS

    Logon Type: Normal

    User: FTP Username for yourdomainname.com

    Password: Password for the above FTP User

  4. Select the Always trust certificate in future sessions. option and then click the OK button.

  5. Once connected, open the relevant folder by double-clicking it:

    • cPanel - public_html

    • Plesk - httpdocs

    Note

    Depending upon the Directory/Folder structure of the Web Hosting package, you would need to upload your files to the relevant
    folder. See details

  6. In the left pane, select the files to upload. Right-click and choose Upload.

    The files will be transferred to the remote server.

To Enable Active/Passive Mode FTP (Anchor: ftpmode)

Different modes of data connection can be used during
FTP. See details

There are 2 ways in which the data connection mode can be modified.

Global Settings

  1. Choose Settings under the Edit menu.

  2. The Passive mode for data connection is set by default. Under the Connection section, click FTP and select
    the Active radio button to enable the
    Active mode.

  3. Click OK to save the changes. This change will affect all the sites for whom the data connection mode was set by default.

For Individual Sites

  1. Choose Site Manager under the File menu.

  2. Select yourdomainname.com and click the Transfer settings tab. Here, you can change the data connection
    mode to Active or
    Passive.

  3. Click OK to save the changes. The change is saved and active for future FTP sessions of this site.

WinSCP

To Upload Content/Files using WinSCP

  1. Open WinSCP.

  2. Provide the Host name, User name and Password information, set Port number to 21 and click the
    Save button.

    Uploading content is allowed only through FTPS on Port 21. Hence, besides File Protocol you need to select FTP in the first dropdown menu and
    TLS Explicit encryption in the next.

    Additional Information

    FTPS

  3. Confirm the entry as shown below.

  4. In the Stored sessions section, select yourdomainname.com and click the Login button.

  5. Once connected, open the Web folder by double-clicking it.

    Note

    Depending upon the Directory/Folder structure of the Web Hosting package, you would need to upload your files to the relevant
    folder. See details

  6. Select the desired files in the left window and from the Files menu, click Copy.

  7. Confirm the file transfer by clicking the Copy button.

    The files will be transferred to the remote server.

To Enable Active/Passive Mode FTP

Different modes of data connection can be used during FTP. See details

The data connection mode can be modified in WinSCP client as follows:

  1. Under Stored sessions, select yourdomainname.com and click the Edit button.

  2. Select the Advanced options check box.

  3. By default, the data connection mode is set to Active mode. Click Connection and select the Passive mode check box.

  4. Click the Save button. The change is saved and active for future FTP sessions of this site.

SmartFTP

To Upload Content/Files using SmartFTP

  1. Open SmartFTP. Under the File menu, click New Remote Browser.

  2. Type in your domain name as Host. Also type in the FTP Username and Password. Make sure the Port is set
    to 21. Click OK to connect to the server.

    Uploading content is allowed only through FTPS on Port 21. Hence, you need to select the FTP over SSL (Explicit) option from the Protocol drop-down menu.

    Additional Information

    FTPS

  3. Once connected, you will be displayed a pane which lists all the files and folders under your website.

    Double-click the web folder to open it.

    Note

    Depending upon the Directory/Folder See details structure of the Web Hosting package, you would
    need to upload your files to the relevant folder.

  4. Under the File menu, click New Local Browser. This will open another pane listing your local files and folders.

  5. Open the directory containing the files for your website.

  6. Select the files to upload and click Upload button to upload the files onto the web server.

To Enable Active/Passive Mode FTP

Different modes of data connection can be used during FTP. See details

There are 2 ways in which the data connection mode can be modified.

Global Settings

  1. Under Tools menu, click Settings.

  2. Under the Connection dialog, change the Mode in the Data Connection section from Passive Mode (PASV) to
    Active Mode (PORT) or vice versa. Click OK to save the changes.

This change will affect all the sites for whom the data connection mode was set by default.

Favorite Item Setting

  1. Under the Favorites menu, click Edit Favorites.

  2. Select the site under Quick Connect folder, right-click and then click Properties.

  3. Go to the Connection dialog and change the Mode in the Data Connection section from Passive Mode (PASV) to
    Active Mode (PORT) or vice versa. Then, click OK.

The change is saved for future FTP sessions of this site.