Checks Domain WHOIS Lookup for availability. Simple insert the [pwhois] shortcode on a page or post.
To select the default TLD use the default attribute: [pwhois default=com] – sets .com as default in the TLD dropdown.
TLD List is limited because of the knowledge of the required whois servers. If you wish to have support for a special TLD please contact me and I will implement it asap.
Demo 1 – at our own page.
Demo 2 – live version at a hosting providers webpage.
- Shortcode [pwhois]
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Nobody mentioned you have to set it up first. Uninstalling until it’s fix to work with 4.1.1.
I loved it. totally recommended.
Though I think this plugin is one of its kind. I can’t find similar plugin on wordpress. But I need 1 more feature in it. I want this to take parameter.
For example, I can go to ChromeIS.com/whois and enter domain/tld to see whois information.
I want such that I type whole URL and it works.
Besides, I can’t find plugin for DNS records. Something like http://intodns.com/chromeis.com
Founding Director, Chrome Technologies
Contributors & Developers
“Powie's WHOIS Domain Check” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- adding default outputs
- 4.4 compatibility
- error corrections
- optimized free detection
- Added co.za lookups
- User can configure html code before and after whois output
- Changed available status check
- Added .za lookups
- Optimized handling on .at whois lookups
- Optimized handling on .com whois lookups
- Fixed Bug on nonpriv ajax handling
- Setting for showing www. in front of the input field
- Setting to enable or disable plain whois output
- WHOIS server timeout handling
- Initial Version