As WHMCS support couldn't reproduce the issue, I want to check if someone has experience this 'odd issue'.
Simply, when a domain check query has been entered, either as direct in the domain check box, or as a link like
it takes WHMCS between 6-8 seconds just to respond to a query. In all, it can take up to 14 seconds to load the result.
I've minimized the auto search to just one TLD, and I've also disabled spotlight TLDs.
3 independent online speed test tools, return following results:
I'm using the default templates, both for orderforms and design.
Load time: 6.89 s
Fully loaded: 13.811s
Fully Loaded Time: 8.9s
I'm getting about 400ms as a TTFB.
I don't have any ideas left to try. I would appreciate any constructive input. Thanks in advance!
PHP version 7.2.19
PHP Memory Limit 1024MB
Just been doing some testing and came across what seems to be a bug when searching for a domain.
With the Default Captcha enabled I searched for a test domain from /domainchecker.php. After completing the Captcha and hitting 'Check Availability' it worked normally, so it showed the result of my search, however I then entered a different domain to search, entered the new 5 character verification code and again hit 'Check Availability'....this failed...it came up with the error 'The characters you entered didn't match the image shown. Please try again.'
I completed the exact same test a number of times, all with the same result....it only allows one time search for the domain. As soon as one search is completed even though it does change the Captcha code one has to refresh the page and enter the code for a successful search.
Can someone else confirm this?
Anyone else getting this message when clicking on the WHOIS after a domain search:
The crazy thing is I AM clicking from the domain checker page!
Is it possible to change the "Choose a Domain..." field on the index to choose your sub-domain? (see attached image)
What i'm wanting to do is when clients come to my site instead of them choosing a domain i would like them to choose their chosen sub-domain on the main index instead, then once the sub-domain is chosen they will be directed to the order page for a specific hosting plan to complete the order.
To somthing like this.
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