Support » Plugin: Reseller Store » Reseller Plugin Shortcodes – JSON ERROR

  • Resolved chadwms1


    Hello. I’m having trouble getting the domain search feature to work, after adding the domain search shortcode to my website. I used this shortcode: [rstore_domain_search page_size=”5″ ]

    And, I get this error msg:
    Error: JSONP request to failed

    Can you provide a fix for this issue? Also, I would love to insert shortcodes on other pages of my wordpress site, so I can use my custom storefront design as much as possible. Also, I noticed this Reseller was able to place a working search form on his site here:

    Question 2: can I shorten or reduce the width of the search box so it fits in the designated area on my web page?

    Question 3: is there a shortcode for domain transfer search?

    Question 4: does the reseller plugin generate widgets that can be inserted into a WordPress “PAGE”? I don’t want to use widgets in the sidebar or footer of my site.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Bryan Focht


    From what I can tell with the shortcode, a smart quote is being used instead of a standard quote around the 5. Either remove the quotes around the 5 or use standard quotes.
    [rstore_domain_search page_size=5]

    2. You can alter the look of the search box with CSS. One example css might look like

    .rstore-domain-search .search-form .search-field {
        width: 100%;

    3. The three domain shortcodes that are available are

    4. If you are using a page builder such as Gutenberg, Beaver builder, or WPBakery on your page/post there are widgets/blocks available. Otherwise you will need to use shortcodes on the classic editor.

    Wonderful, thanks so much for the quick reply! Happy Holidays!

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