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  1. Everything is working as it should be, something is wrong at your end.
  2. You need not add a sub directory inside htdocs unless you want it! You can upload the index.html file inside the htdocs folder, and then if you open your site url you should be able to see the index page of your website if everything is right.
  3. Hi @Vojtěch Perník I think the space limit for mysql database is 50 mb. And yes as @Aqib said remote access is not enabled in free hosting.
  4. Need more details. Make sure you uploaded all the files to the htdocs folder, if you uploaded it in a sub directory you'll have to include that in your URL.
  5. Hi @Eddippla, Cloudflare will work normally as long as you don't add it to your reseller site! You cannot add cloudflare to the reseller site as it will break some features! And if you're asking about client sites then you can use and add cloudflare to your website normally. 🙂
  6. Hi @menot I can confirm that nothing is wrong with the site as it works perfectly fine for me! Something might be wrong at your end, make sure the login credentials and the role you select are correct.
  7. Hi @Siddhu You can use cloudflare only if it is not a reseller account, cloudflare cannot be used on reseller accounts.
  8. Hi @Manikaran Please provide more details about the issue! In free hosting you'll be able to acces the database right from your cpanel, below the database option.
  9. Hi @Ryan Matheus, Infinityfree stores the sql host, username and other credentials at their end that's how they display all the information related to hosting account on their dashboard. You can also do the same if you save the posted data from callback url at your end securely.
  10. Hi @Ryan Matheus, You cannot do that as each user logged in has random & unique session variables which will let the users to use all the functions on vpanel. You cannot byepass it and let the user use those functions directly from your site. As an alternative you can try to customise your vpanel to a certain extend 😁.
  11. Hi @Ryan Matheus The sql address of each new account created will be posted to the call back url which you entered on mofh admin panel. Once the account becomes active the system automatically posts the sql address, you can analyse the post data for more details. 🙂
  12. Hi @ExploreWeb You can't install ssl for cpanel.yoursite.com by yourself as it is an automated process from ifastnet. But that may take some time! Be patient till that! SSL to your cpanel will be added automatically.
  13. Hi @ExploreWeb Just uploading the files to a local server or live server will not work. To be simple InfiniteFree Mofh API client is just a skeleton from which you can build your custom mofh system, just uploading the files will not give you a full fledged reseller site, you have to build it on your own! You can use the api to access the basic functionalities of mofh reseller like creating account, accessing control panel, suspending accounts, activating accounts etc.. If you get stuck somewhere while creating a custom client you may contact me! 🙂
  14. Hi @ExploreWeb Using cloudflare on mofh is not recommended as it breaks some features. So use byet nameservers for the proper functioning of your reseller site. Note : Your custom nameservers like ns1.yourdomain.com will not work as long as you use other nameservers. 🙂
  15. Hi @ExploreWeb Yes! You can create custom login and signup pages. You may edit the default pages as per your wish. Or you can create a custom clientarea like infinityfree or profreehost by which you can gain complete control over your design. 🙂
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