Uptime Robot

Downloading Uptime Robot

To download the addon, login to our client area at www.hardsoftcode.com/account and then do the following:

  1. Click the My Products link under the products menu
  2. Select one of your active license keys to view the details
  3. Choose the latest stable version to download from the downloads list on this page

Installing Uptime Robot Module

Installing the addon module is very simple. The following steps will guide you through the process:

  1. Unzip the contents of the zip file to a folder on your computer
  2. Upload the entire files in the 'upload' folder to your website - if you experience problems, try uploading in binary mode
  3. Login to admin area go to SETUP > ADDON MODULES
  4. In the addon modules page you will see the Uptime Robot click activate then click configure to see the Uptime Robot options
  5. Enter your license key and then click save changes

Setting Up Uptime Robot API

  1. Register for UptimeRobot API key @ https://uptimerobot.com/signUp
  2. Go to Uptime Robot account > my settings
  3. Look for API settings > main API key
  4. Click on create the main API key then click on create the main API key button  
  5. Copy the API key then go to WHMCS admin area
  6. Navigate to ADDONS > Uptime Robot > Settings
  7. Enter you API key and click save changes

Setup New Uptime Robot Product

  1. Navigate to SETUP > Products/Services > Products/Services
  2. Click on Create a New Product
  3. Select product type and product group then enter a name for the product and click continue
  4. Setup the product like any other product then click module settings tab
  5. Select the Uptime Robot module from the drop down menu
  6. Enter the monitoring intervals and number of monitors
  7. Click save changes

Create custom My Monitors button

To show a button to view all the monitors use the code below

<a href="{$monitorsurl}">My Monitors</a>

Language files

If a language you operate in is not available as standard, then you can create your own translation. Here's how:

  1. You will find the language file in this directory modules > addons > ADDON_NAME > lang
  2. Begin by opening an existing language file
  3. Save this file with a new name - the name should be the same name of the language file in your admin language folder in WHMCS - the name should only consist of a-z0-9 characters and end with the extension ".php"
  4. Once the file has been created, you can then begin going through and translating the lines within it
  5. An example line is as follows - you should only change the part in bold:
$_ADDONLANG['addonname'] = "Addon Name";

Be careful not to delete any of the quotation marks (") around the text strings or the semi-colons on the ends of each line (;). Also should you want to use a quote character (") within your translated text, you must escape it - for example: \" The language files are written in PHP syntax so valid PHP code must be maintained.

Source Code

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10 November 2016
Last Update
14 January 2017
Supported Versions
v6.x.x - v7.0.x - v7.1.x
Tested on
v6.x.x, v7.0.x, v7.1.x
Files Included
Compatible Browsers
IE8+, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome
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