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Any suggestions for fancier domain registration interface?

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Hi, I have set up whmcs and integrated it with my joomla! website, and things are running pretty well. I am wondering though, if I can set up a more attractive looking domain name registration interface, such as GoDaddy's or similiar, something that really grabs the viewer when they first visit my website. any suggestions appreciated! thanks

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thanks for the response. I imagine many users of WHMCS set up a domain name registration module on the home page of their websites. I am not a programmer, and are there modules of this nature already made, that I can integrate into my site?

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Oh cool I discovered the Integration Code under Utilities in my Admin area, which creates a nice little form for checking domains (I am using the joomla integration extension so far). I pasted both the "Domain Availability Lookup" code, and the "Domain Ordering" code into the home page of my site. They look good, but when I type in a domain and click "Go", the page just refreshes, with the search field becoming blank. Should this be forwarding to the /domainchecker.php page with the "Order Now" button appearing? That would be ideal. Any ideas on why this is not working? thanks

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