eXtro DomainChecker module for Joomla

eXtro DomainCheck - Allow your visitor to check domains for availability - on multiple TLDs!

Price incl. VAT12,00 €
Support - more about our SLA

Joomla 3.x

The Domainchecker allows your sites visitors to check domains from different TLDs for availability.

In the backend, you can define which TLDs can be checked by creating different profiles which can be selected in the frontend. A visitor chooses a profiles, enters a domain name, the result is the complete list from the profiles TLDs with the availability information.

By default, profiles are created for the different RIRs, but you can change them to suit your needs. Just enter the TLDs which should be checked into the profile, this also defines the order.

You can also define a link to a overview of domains you sell, this link will be displayed below the result list.

The module is being styled by CSS so you can change the design anytime with a minimum of time to your template.

The eXtro DomainCheck Module supports all latin character ccTLDs from the IANA root zone database plus the original gTLDs (like .com, .net, ...).
The new gTLDs are not (yet) suported due to the vast number of new gTLDs.
Each DomainCheck customer is valid for one (1) additional implementation of a new gTLD that is not yet implemented. Please contact us if you need more new gTLDs implemented for a detailed offer.

Update period: 1 year

Support: depends on the SLA you select on purchase

The eXtension can be used on any number of pages (GNU GPL)

All eXtensions remain fully functional even when the support period has expired

BEFORE YOU PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT: Please download first the system requirements test tool and check if your server meets the requirements.
Dowload the Test tool by clicking the green button below, unZIP the file und upload the contained PHP file to your server.
Now browse to http://www.yourdomain.com/sys-req.php , if the script says that all test are passed, you should be able to use the eXtro DomainChecker without problems.
If you receive a warning, you should check your system configuration