mdhlinux

True if reseller signed up for any MDH Linux Product (US or IN or UK)

Change Primary Domain

Description

Changes the primary domain name for an existing Multi Domain Linux Hosting order.

Parameters

Name Data Type Required / Optional
auth-userid Integer Required Authentication Parameter
api-key String Required Authentication Parameter
order-id Integer Required The OrderId which is to be modified.
new-domain-name String Required The new primary domain name.

HTTP Method

POST

Example Test URL Request

US, Texas Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/us/change-domain-name.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-domain-name=domain.com

US, California Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/us/ca/change-domain-name.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-domain-name=domain.com

UK Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/uk/change-domain-name.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-domain-name=domain.com

India Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/in/change-domain-name.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-domain-name=domain.com

Hong Kong Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/hk/change-domain-name.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-domain-name=domain.com

Turkey Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/tr/change-domain-name.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-domain-name=domain.com

Response

Returns a map of the execution details of the change primary domain operation.

HTTP to HTTPS Redirection - Apache

By default, Linux Servers have the mod_rewrite module enabled. You can make use of this module to automatically redirect your visitors from HTTP to HTTPS.

Setting the HTTPS Redirection

  1. Ensure that the Digital Certificate is properly installed on your Hosting Order, and the site is resolving on https://yourdomainname.com.

    Note

    Your site will work on https://yourdomainname.com or https://www.yourdomainname.com or https://subdomain.yourdomainname.com, depending on the Common Name for which you had the certificate issued. Resolving HTTPS on anything other than this Common Name would result in a certificate name mismatch error.

  2. Create a .htaccess file under the site's directory and add the following lines to it. In case there already exists a .htaccess in your site's directory, carefully edit it to add these lines:


    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off
    RewriteRule (.*) https://%{REQUEST_URI}

    <common_name> needs to be replaced by the Common Name for which the Digital Certificate is issued.

Customizing the Upsell Modal

During the Domain Registration process, the SuperSite 2 displays a modal which upsells Linux Hosting by default. Through your SuperSite 2 Admin Area, you may select a different product to sell in the Upsell Modal.

How do I Select a Product to Sell in the Upsell Modal?

Step 1: Login to your SuperSite 2 Admin Area. Learn how.

Step 2: Navigate to the Upsell settings page.

  • In the Menu, click on the Settings link.


  • Click on the Change Product button under Customize Upsell Modal.

Step 3: Select a product to Upsell.

  • You may choose to upsell either a Combo Plan or any other product. Click on Upsell a Combo Plan or Upsell a Product as required.


  • If you have selected a Combo Plan, you can select a single plan to upsell from the drop down list under Upsell a Combo Plan.


  • In case you wish to upsell a different product, you can select it from the drop down list under Upsell a Product.


  • If you wish to disable the Upsell Modal, you can select None from the list under Upsell a Product.


  • Click on the Save button to submit the changes.

Note

  • The drop-down menu will display only those Products which you have chosen to sell. Products set to No New Orders or Do Not Sell will not be listed here.

  • This process will customize the Upsell Modal for every Language SuperSite that you have created.

  • Your SuperSite 2 will not display the modal if you choose to sell only Domain Names. Hence, the Customize Upsell Modal section will not be visible in your SuperSite 2 Admin Area in this case.

  • If you have chosen to upsell a Combo Plan, the Upsell Modal will be displayed to the customer only if they select a TLD available with the Combo Plan.

Disable SSL

Description

Disables SSL for an existing Multi Domain Linux Hosting Order. To learn more, click here.

Note

This API call will not result in a refund being processed for disabling SSL.

Parameters

Name Data Type Required / Optional Description
auth-userid Integer Required Authentication Parameter
api-key String Required Authentication Parameter
order-id Integer Required The OrderId for which SSL needs to be disabled.

HTTP Method

POST

Example Test URL Request

US, Texas Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/disable-ssl.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

US, California Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/us/ca/disable-ssl.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

UK Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/uk/disable-ssl.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

India Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/in/disable-ssl.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

Hong Kong Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/hk/disable-ssl.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

Turkey Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/tr/disable-ssl.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

Response

Returns a map of the execution details of the disabling of SSL operation.

Get DNS Records

Description

Gets the DNS records of a Multi Domain Linux Hosting Order.

Parameters

Name Data Type Required / Optional Description
auth-userid Integer Required Authentication Parameter
api-key String Required Authentication Parameter
order-id Integer Required Order Id of the Multi Domain Linux Hosting Order

HTTP Method

GET

Example Test URL Request


US, Texas Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/us/dns-record.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

US, California Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/us/ca/dns-record.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

UK Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/uk/dns-record.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

India Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/in/dns-record.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

Hong Kong Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/hk/dns-record.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

Turkey Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/tr/dns-record.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0

Response

Returns DNS records of the domain name.

Change Hosting Panel Password

Description

Changes the hosting panel password of the specified Multi Domain Linux Hosting Order.

Parameters

Name Data Type Required / Optional Description
auth-userid Integer Required Authentication Parameter
api-key String Required Authentication Parameter
order-id Integer Required Order ID of the Multi Domain Linux Hosting Order whose hosting panel password needs to be changed.
new-passwd String Required New password.

HTTP Method

POST

Example Test URL Request


US, Texas Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/us/change-password.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-passwd=password1

US, California Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/us/ca/change-password.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-passwd=password1

UK Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/uk/change-password.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-passwd=password1

India Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/in/change-password.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-passwd=password1

Hong Kong Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/hk/change-password.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-passwd=password1

Turkey Server


https://test.httpapi.com/api/multidomainhosting/linux/tr/change-password.json?auth-userid=0&api-key=key&order-id=0&new-passwd=password1

Response

Returns status as success if the password is changed successfully.