WordPress WHOIS Plugin
The plugin allows you to insert a tag into any WordPress post or page to generate a WHOIS search form for your users to get information on domain names with different TLDs.
It is packed with great features such as a captcha security image, full or short output, affiliate/reseller redirect, caching, custom CSS and a TinyMCE editor button for ease of use.
Several TLDs are included with the plugin which can be ordered/sorted and can be individually turned On/Off. Adding new TLDs to the plugin is simple enough for most users with very little programming experience.
- Multiple TLDs
- Pick & Sort TLDs
- TinyMCE Editor Button
- Configuration Settings
- Security Captcha Image
- Human Equation Check
- Post/Page Embedding
- Ajax Domain Search
- Sidebar Widgets
- Referral/Affiliate Redirect
- Search Cache
- Custom CSS
Domain Search Form
The domain WHOIS search form can be embedded into any WordPress post/page for your users to get information on a vast range of TLDs
Configuring the WHOIS search plugin to suit your needs is easy. Under "Tools" > "WHOIS" in your dashboard, you get to be in charge.
In the configuration section of the plugin you can choose the TLDs you would like to use and sort/order them as well.
The WHOIS plugin will display all contact and other registrant/registrar details upon submission of a registered domain.
Configure Sidebar Widget
You can configure a full-blown domain WHOIS search sidebar widget under Appearance > Widgets in WordPress and make it behave the way you want.
Your users can search domain names directly in your WordPress sidebar with the domain WHOIS search sidebar widget form.