var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
I recently bought whoiscart ( www.whoiscart.net) for 35 dollars. I'm still setting it up but so far it seems like a great system. You can see what I have done so far here:- http://www.hadleyhost.com/whoiscart/
Anyone else used whoiscart?
I am using whoiscart and have no complaint as yet.
Great system at its price. Good support.
You can visit my site to see that this can be customised.
I've been looking at them myself. How do you let someone sign up for hosting if they already have a domain? Looks like the customer has to buy a new un-registered domain first, then sign up for hosting.
Nope, they can set any target domain. I have sold a few hosting plans without people buying a domain from me.
Greg Lubbelinkhof •
Yup they can set what they call a target domain. That took me a while to work out as well
whoiscart is a great system... can't wait for the whois.cart 3
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I love whoiscart, definately worth the $35!
generally. whois.cart is good. but it lacks the support ticket feature.
I tried using it for a time but didn't find it very compatible with my business structure and so moved onto MB, it's not bad for the price though.
Personally I like the fact Whoiscart doesn't have a Ticket System built in. I bought it because it was not full of all the junk like MB is.
The only thing they could improve is the documentation. While you can certainly get information you need on their forums, my own preference is to have help files included in the software.
Other than that small item I give Whoiscart two thumbs up!