Configure a Domain Extension

If you want to sell domain registrations with WHMCS, you need to configure the domain extensions (top-level domains or TLDs) that you want to offer.

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Configure Domain Extensions in WHMCS

To configure the extensions that you want to offer:

  1. Go to Configuration () > System Settings > Domain Pricing.
  2. In the last row of the list of extensions (TLDs), enter the new extension you want to add, including the preceding . character. For example, you could add the .co extension:
    Adding the .co domain extension in Domain Pricing
  3. Select whether you want to enable the DNS Management, Email Forwarding, or ID Protection domain addons.
    To check whether your registrar supports a domain addon, see your registrar module’s documentation.
  4. Check EPP Code to require an EPP code for transfers.
  5. If you want to perform automatic registrations on payment, select a registrar from Auto Registration.
    If you select None for Auto Registration, you must perform domain registrations manually by accepting the order and then manually selecting the registrar for that individual order.
  6. Click Save Changes.
    You cannot configure pricing for a new extension until after you have added it to the list.
  7. Click Pricing. A new window will appear.
    Adding pricing for the .co domain extension in Domain Pricing
  8. Check Enable for all of the pricing intervals that you want to use. For example, one, two, and three-year terms.
  9. Enter your desired pricing.
    For more information about configuring domain pricing, see Domain Pricing.
  10. Click Save Changes.

For more information about configuring domain pricing and managing domains, see:

Last modified: June 21, 2024