BoxBilling Registrar Plugin

    BoxBilling Registrar Plugin

    User Manual for BoxBilling Registrar Plugin
    MrDomain

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    1 Introduction

    This is the user manual for the BoxBilling Registrar Plugin from MrDomain.

    This plugin adds to BoxBilling capabilities to register, transfer, and renew domains through the MrDomain's API. It also adds capabilities to manage nameservers and domain contacts directly from BoxBilling.

    1.1 Getting started

    The BoxBilling Registrar Plugin from MrDomain uses MrDomain's API to work. You need an active API account in order to use this plugin.

    To enable the plugin you will need an API Username and an API Password that you will have obtained from MrDomain's support team. For more information on MrDomain's API, check the documentation.

    1.2 Disclaimer

    BoxBilling is a registered trademark of BoxBilling. MrDomain is not part or is otherwise affiliated with it in any way. For more information on BoxBilling's software, visit its official website.

    2 Installation

    To install the plugin, download the ZIP file from our Github repository. Once downloaded, unzip it and you should end up with a folder named dondominio. Copy the folder's content (not the folder itself) to the registrar folder in BoxBilling. This directory is usually /path/to/boxbilling/bb-library/Registrars/Adapters.

    2.1 Activation & Configuration

    Once uploaded, access the BoxBilling's administration panel and go to Configuration > Domain registration. Click on New domain registrar, look for DonDominio on the list and click on Cog to enable it.

    Once enabled, click again on Configuration > Domain Registration, and then on Registrars. Find DonDominio in the list and click on Edit to access the plugin's configuration screen.

    Registrar Settings

    In this screen you'll find several options, including the following ones:

    Enable test mode: Make sure it's set to No.
    Registrar title: Enter DonDominio.
    API USERNAME: Enter your API Username.
    API PASSWORD: Enter your API Password.

    When done configuring the plugin, make sure to click on UPDATE to apply the changes.

    2.1.1  Domain contacts

    After those fields you'll find 5 more. You can use them to overwrite contact information provided by your customers. Enter a MrDomain Contact ID in each corresponding field you want to overwrite. The Plugin will use information from that Contact ID for all registrations and transfers instead of the typed information. If you want your customers to be able to edit the information you provided later, check the corresponding checkbox. If not, they won't be able to modify the contact information provided by you.

    2.2 Enable TLDs

    From the sidebar, click on Configuration > Domain Registration. You will find a list with all the TLDs you have configured in your BoxBilling installation.

    TLD List

    To use them with the registrar plugin, you have to edit and configure them to use it. To edit an existing TLD, click on the edit icon an you will see a configuration screen.

    TLD Settings

    From this screen, click on the Registrar dropdown, find DonDominio in the list and select it. Click on UPDATE at the bottom of the screen to save changes.

    To create a new TLD and use it with the plugin, go to Configuration > Domain Registration and click on New top level domain and fill the form. You will find the Registrar dropdown just like in the edit screen. Click on it, and select DonDominio from the list. When you're finished, click on ADD.

    Now your TLDs are ready to be used with the BoxBilling Registrar Plugin from MrDomain.

    2.3 Additional fields

    Some TLDs required additional fields to register and transfer domains. To add these fields to BoxBilling, you will need to edit the HTML code in the registration and transfer forms. You can find this file on path/to/boxbilling/bb-modules/Servicedomain/html_client/mod_servicedomain_order_form.phtml. You will find an example on BoxBilling's Github repository.

    Check the MrDomain's API documentation to know which fields you need to add. They have to be named the same than in the documentation. They will then be automatically collected when registering and transferring domains.