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Solved: Domain Availability Script for .com, .com.au, .net.au etc..

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  1. computer_pet

    computer_pet Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    Can someone give me a free php/cgi script that I can use to check availability of a domain. I need it to check domains with .com, .net, .com.au, .org, .org.au, au.com, .cn, .net, .net.au, .biz, .info, co.nz, co.uk, and org.uk .

    If someone has a combined script with a shopping cart kind of feature that would be really good.

    Thanks
     
  2. brendandonhu

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    I don't think the free version does australian domains.....but Mr. Whois is a pretty good PHP script for that. You can modify it to check those TLDs.
     
  3. computer_pet

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    Does anyone know a free shopping cart domain script?
    Mr Whois makes a link if the domain is available except only takes you to a webpage (which you can change)
    Thanks
     
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    I found this client managment and finance PHP script "phpCOIN" this has merged Mr Whois into it, so when it finds if a domain is available it has it's own shopping cart function. The only problem is that I can not find the file to add extra domain extensions to search. However will look at it's help area and probably find it.

    Anyone who is interested may want to look at this thread: http://forums.techguy.org/t281279.html I had some trouble configuring phpCOIN, and it was that PHP4 does not work that well with Apache 2, so I had to swap from Apache 2 to Apache 1.3.

    Thanks brendandonhu for your input into this thread.

    Computer Pet
     
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