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Hi @jimsweb,

The domain registration/transfer product group doesn't have a place to specify a custom URL slug in v8.0. But that is a good idea!

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Yes, it would be awesome if any future release can take this up.. 

Btw, does anyone know if we can achieve seo friendly url using .htaccess technique 

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7 hours ago, leewolz said:

+1 for this idea too, does it need raising on the feature request boards or is this something you have noted already @WHMCS John

You could post at https://requests.whmcs.com/ but you going to be waiting of year to add it 🙂

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With these rules:

RewriteRule ^register$ ./cart.php?a=add&domain=register [L]
RewriteRule ^transfer$ ./cart.php?a=add&domain=transfer [L]

You should get example.com/register and example.com/transfer but be aware of the following:

  • Visitors can register from register.php. Make sure you're not rewriting this page as register already
  • It's just a quick link, something can be dictated over the phone. There's no SEO involved here
  • As soon as you click any link on the page you're back to the old cart.php?a=add&domain=register style. There's a way to make it work with /register, /transfer or even /hosting-linux-silver but it takes too much efforts with laughable improvements from an SEO perspective (SEO-Friendly URLs are a minor ranking factor... they are almost worthless)

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