by Ben Gabler on May 10th, 2010

Thanks for stopping by the new blog. After months of planning and hardwork the all new is starting to take shape. I can’t give away too much at this moment, but watch this space for sneak previews, beta invites, and join the discussion on our great new features.

In the meantime, check out an early mockup of our new look homepage (& control panel) below. If you have any feature requests hit the comment button, or email

Tom Stenson
Manager, Screenshot

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19 Responses to “Sneak Peak”

  1. Mehedi Says:
    1:26 pm on May 14th, 2010

    We need more domain name like .me etc. And also hope in new control panel we will get more better services. Bcz now a days current control panel gives too much error and show “Server not found”. I think its bcz of hosting. So please try to solve this problem

  2. Tom Says:
    8:01 am on May 15th, 2010

    Hey Mehedi

    Yep – we’re planning lots of new extensions later in the year – so watch this space.

    I agree with your point on server speed, in fact we’ve just ordered a new server for our control panel this week, with a whopping 12GB of RAM! Behind the scenes we’re also restructuring the customer database to improve performance.


  3. Steve Blackwood Says:
    3:44 am on May 19th, 2010

    Hey Tom,

    Does this mean you guys are moving off of LogicBoxes? Will this new control panel be backend (for the resellers) or for clients (our customers), or both?


  4. Tom Says:
    5:40 am on May 19th, 2010

    Hey Steve

    Thanks for your comment.

    Our new control panel will replace the Logicbox front-end, allowing us to add additional features & products than aren’t currently available in the Logicbox UI. It will serve as the admin panel for both resellers & clients – both versions can be customised and white-labelled.


  5. Steve Blackwood Says:
    8:16 pm on May 19th, 2010

    That’s awesome news! Even a tech-head like me dreaded working with the LB UI. :) I’ll be looking foward to the new panel.


  6. Isaac Kwan Says:
    7:25 am on May 21st, 2010

    Please let me know if you need beta tester :p

  7. Mehedi Says:
    2:59 am on May 24th, 2010

    Hi Tom .

    Thanks for the good news. We are waiting … :)

  8. Oscar Says:
    4:16 pm on May 26th, 2010

    Will you support the .com and extensions?


  9. Tom Says:
    9:59 am on May 27th, 2010

    Hey Oscar

    We’ll obviously continue to support the .com TLD (top level domain) & while I can’t confirm pricing yet we’re also looking to add the .co in time for the landrush period.


  10. Oscar Says:
    12:08 pm on May 27th, 2010

    Thanks for the reply Tom, I meant and .co , I hope you add those soon.

  11. D Says:
    10:28 am on May 28th, 2010

    LB UI is really not so logical at all :)

    i am looking forward to new UI, and i am hoping you are going to support internationalized domain names (IDN) in near future.


  12. Yohanes Says:
    11:44 am on May 29th, 2010

    Does the new controll panel will also still compatible with WHMCS API?

    If not, then it would cause a bit chaos for my domain registration service

  13. Sachin Bhatia Says:
    8:50 pm on June 5th, 2010

    Is there any WHMCS API for current control panel.?

  14. Tom Says:
    7:05 am on June 6th, 2010

    Some of our customers currently use WHMCS.

    While it probably won’t be in time for our limited beta, we’ll make sure all existing WHMCS functionality is compatible with the full-out.

  15. Sachin Bhatia Says:
    11:50 pm on June 10th, 2010

    Hello Tom,

    is beta version out? where can I obtain it. we are using WHMCS and would be glad to use api.

  16. Tom Says:
    5:04 am on June 11th, 2010

    Hey Sachin

    We’re some way off launching the beta but I’ll be sure to add you to the sign-up list. I’ll put up a signup list nearer the time ..

  17. Sachin Bhatia Says:
    12:24 am on June 12th, 2010

    Thanks Tom. Will wait.


  18. Steven Says:
    1:22 am on July 7th, 2010

    I really hope will allow client manage their DNS records inside WHMCS, hope you guys will add that into API so client can better manage their domain without remember another login info.

  19. Oussama Says:
    8:05 pm on September 27th, 2010


    For WHMCS u must use Stargate module registrar, it is compatible with , we would like that make a module of WHMCS called resellbiz where user can forward email and url etc… because with Stargate module we can only change dns, contact info, make private whois.

    Thanks !