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Hello,

 

I have a custom domain search form on my website, although when entering a domain and click go, it goes to the WHMCS Register a Domain page, and customer has to enter the information again into the form and click search again.

 

I have tried everything and cannot seem to make it carry the domain straight to the domain search process within WHMCS.

 

Could someone help?

 

This is my current form:

 

 

 

 

 

 

<form method="post" id="domain-searchform" action="https://www.mydomain.com/host/cart.php?a=add&domain=register">

<div>

<input class="input-text" name="s" id="s" value="Enter your Domain Name here..." onFocus="if (this.value == 'Enter your Domain Name here...') {this.value = '';}" onBlur="if (this.value == '') {this.value = 'Enter your Domain Name here...';}" type="text" />

 

<select class="switch">

<option value=".com">.com</option>

<option value=".net">.net</option>

<option value=".info">.info</option>

<option value=".org">.org</option>

<option value=".ca">.ca</option>

<option value=".us">.us</option>

<option value=".co.uk">.co.uk</option>

<option value=".biz">.biz</option>

<option value=".mobi">.mobi</option>

<option value=".tips">.tips</option>

<option value=".guru">.guru</option>

</select>

 

<input id="searchsubmit" value="Search" type="submit" />

 

</div>

</form>

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Mike,

 

it's your form variable names - the cart will be expecting sld (google) and tld (.com)... give it that, and assuming you aren't using captcha, you're good to go. :idea:

 

<form method="post" id="domain-searchform" action="cart.php?a=add&domain=register">
<div>
<input class="input-text" name="sld" id="sld" placeholder="Enter your Domain Name here..." type="text" />

<select name="tld">
<option value=".com">.com</option>
<option value=".net">.net</option>
<option value=".info">.info</option>
<option value=".org">.org</option>
<option value=".ca">.ca</option>
<option value=".us">.us</option>
<option value=".co.uk">.co.uk</option>
<option value=".biz">.biz</option>
<option value=".mobi">.mobi</option>
<option value=".tips">.tips</option>
<option value=".guru">.guru</option>
</select>

<input id="searchsubmit" value="Search" type="submit" />

</div>
</form>

that said, i'd be tempted to do it as a Data Feed as then that could auto-generate your list of TLDs from your pricing - e.g., the old domainchecker data feed would still work with v7.

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On 08/05/2020 at 02:58, simplicitycpt said:

how do i use the Domain Checker Form script on my web page

either use the above form and ensure that the action URL goes to your WHMCS cart page, or use the Domain Checker data feed.

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