Hello, I have been toying around with the sitebuilder API though I am currently running stuck on an issue that the documentation does not seem to cover. I have installed and configured the sitebuilder properly ( made a default plan, setup the configuration, note that when making accounts manually, it DOES work perfectly ) Now we are trying to create a scenario where new customers will automatically get a hosting account and a sitebuilder configured to connect only to that hosting account. to achieve just that, I use the following piece of code in PHP: Now this is pretty much exactly according to the examples given in the API reference. It also seems to do the job to the extent that it actually "makes" the account + hosting package. However the hosting account will not be able to publish his site. This is presumably because of a problem with the hosting ID. Upon looking in the mysql table I stumble accross these settings which are different from sites I create manually In the site_publish_settings mysql table the host_id will be set to NULL, as well as the FTP port being set to NULL. Changing the host_id to 1 and the ftp port to 21 WILL fix this issue. So Ã'm considering a "hack solution" where I just connect to mysql to correct this manually, though i'd simply prefer the sitebulder api working. when I "print_r()" the site object and result in PHP I get the following information: (* actual regged hosting domain replaced with clientdomain.nl ) It seems clear that it's not getting the proper HostId set. Now i've tested this and It does not actually matter what ID i fill in as host ID (even one that really exists) its not returning any valid hosting number) i've tried toying around with the 'VerifyStatus' and 'Address' fields but with little luck. (note that there are only 2 other accounts in there at this time, im aware of possibility of overlapping IDs) The weird thing is, if I actually login through the admin panel and browse to the user's site that was created and click "verify location" it WILL actually verify! (upon checking the database, publishing_settings, the field host_id will have become 1 and the FTP port 21, this is all that changes). I'm beginning to suspect a bug in the sitebuilder code. now my questions are: 1. Is there any step I might have missed, anything wrong with my code that stands out? 2. What number should the "publishing ID" (id) be ? unique? non-unique? (this is covered no where) 3. What kind of number should the "hosting ID" (hostID) be? in the example they use the number '12', this seems incorrect? 4. The 'address' field is considered deprecated, what should i put in there instead? why is it still being used as it is in your examples?