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is it possible to populate sudoman cart link

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Hello,

the ready cart links www.mysite.com/whmcs/cart.php?a=add&pid=1&sld=yourname&tld=.subdomain

populate "Register New domain" always how can i make subdomain to show up first instead?

 

Warm regards Anders

 

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hi guys,

i found Brians hook here so that was even better solution for me :)

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Anders said:

how can i make subdomain to show up first instead?

to make it show up first, e.g to alter the order of the domain options, you'd probably have to edit the template as their order is defined in there (or some horrendous jQuery hook to manipulate the HTML!).

if you're going to link to the product as above, then you could pass a domainoption value in the url, so to show a subdomain first (not shown first in order, but opened by default)...

cart.php?a=add&pid=1&domainoption=subdomain

if you wanted, on a product/group basis, to specify whether register/transfer/own were visible options, and which should be the default option, then you can use the hook you found for that! 🙂

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This is the answer I've I was looking for I'm sure glad someone else asked the question before me. Be well all...

I am starting a live radio concert series to help musicians raise money during the pandemic the world is in.

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But if you are going to start raising money for others your domain should be an .org and do not forget the IRS nonprofit status of having a 501C)(3).

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