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Domain Name Finder


By using this plugin, you and your website users can check or search for any gTLD or ccTLD domain Name and register it via Iwebslog.Co.In. This plugin has been provided free of cost and helps in finding some great domain names.

You can add the Domain search box by the below mentioned ways –

  1. Add to any specific page or post by adding a shortcode to that page/post.
  2. By adding a Widget in the Appearance >> Widgets
  3. Automatic Addition to the Admin Dashboard.

Your users can search for great domain names and get domain sugestions –

  1. Direct users to any specific page/post to search the domain name.
  2. Users can also search from a simple sidebar widget. Add multiple widgets in Footer or Header or Sidebars.
  3. Admin Users can search from the Dashboard as well.

This free tool is a great new addition to any website or blog. It will add the functionality of searching great domain names and find domain name suggestions to your website. This free Domain Name Finder tool is developed by Iwebslog.Co.In. and all domain names and search suggestions are powered by Iwebslog.Co.In. Keep your readers engaged with your website and help them in getting the best domain names.


  • Activating the Domain Name Finder plugin will create a domain search dashboard widget.
  • Now you can quickly and easily search for available domain names directly from your website.



  1. Upload the plugin folder to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory on your WordPress Installation.
  2. Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress Plugins Panel.

Domain Name Finder Widget

  1. Display the widget though the “Appearance” menu in WordPress.
  2. Configure the Options as per your Requirements.
  3. That’s It, You’re Done! Congratulations !! Visit your Website to see the new Functionality.

Domain Name Search Shortcode


The shortcode shown above will create a domain search bar with the following options configured by default:

  • title …
  • showtitle … hidden
  • placeholder …
  • button … go
  • width … 100
  • registrar … NW
  • tldmenu … visible
  • target … _blank
  • css_div …
  • css_form …
  • css_domain … float:left;
  • css_tld … float:left;
  • css_submit … float:left;

These are the plain text options:

  • title
  • placeholder
  • button

These are the either/or options:

  • showtitle … hidden OR visible
  • width … px OR %
  • registrar … NW or DN or GD or NS or 11 or RE
  • tldmenu … hidden OR visible
  • target … _blank OR _self

The registrar acronyms are as follows:

All options beginning with css_ represent CSS selectors:

  • css_div … #_UNIQUE_WP_GENERATED_ID {}
  • css_form … #_UNIQUE_WP_GENERATED_ID form {}
  • css_domain … #_UNIQUE_WP_GENERATED_ID input[name="domain"] {}
  • css_tld … #_UNIQUE_WP_GENERATED_ID select[name="tld"] {}
  • css_submit … #_UNIQUE_WP_GENERATED_ID input[name="submit"] {}

Therefore, you should be adding key value pairs… attribute:value;

Full Example:

    title="Search for a Domain Name"
    tldmenu ="visible"
    css_tld="float:left; height:20px;"
    css_submit="float:left; color:#FFF; border:#d85f0e solid 1px; background-color:#d85f0e;"


I activated the plugin, now what?

Now you create a domain search bar to put on your site. There are two ways…

  • In the widget section of your admin panel you will see a new widget titled “Domain Name Finder”… drag, drop, configure options, and its live.
  • You can also add the domain search form to non-widgetized areas of your website with a shortcode (see “Installation” tab).
Which registrars can I choose from?

Available registrars include; Iwebslog.Co.In.

Can I use CSS to customize the style of the domain search bar?

Yes. Custom CSS can be added to both widgets and shortcodes to customize each domain search individually.

How do I setup the shortcode?

Instructions are provided on the “Installation” tab (above).

What if I do not want the domain search widget on my dashboard?
  1. From the dashboard click the “Screen Options” tab in the upper right.
  2. Uncheck the box next to “Domain Search”.
What if I only want the domain search feature on my dashboard?

Follow the installation instructions, but skip step number three.

Can I display the results on my site?

Not yet, but might be in near future we could roll out this new feature. Keep this plugin updated for latest updates and more options.

What is a TLD?

TLD is an acronym for “top-level domain”. TLDs are more commonly known as domain extensions. There are hundreds of TLDs available.

What domain extensions can be searched?

These are the available domain extensions, listed by registrar:


.com, .co, .info, .net, .org, .me, .mobi, .us, .biz, .ca, .cc,
.tv, .ws, .asia, .xxx, .mx,, .eu, .de, .es,,,, .it, .fr, .nl, .am, .at, .be,,,, .se, .ag,,,, .bz,,, .gs, .ms,,,,,,
.fm, .in,,,,,,,
.jp, .nu,,,,,,,
.tk, .tw,,,

What if I didn’t find the answer I was looking for?

Please send your questions and suggestions to… domainfinder@Iwebslog.Com

Contributors & Developers

“Domain Name Finder” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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  • First stable version