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  1. #1
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    DRAM System

    Hi guys,

    Any of you using DRAM for your domain registration site or know any site using one. I want to see how far you can customize that script.


    Cheers,
    Roy K.
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    Mine's a work in progress, but I've finished about half of it so far. I plan to have it all finished in about a month when I make it more public. Anyways... it's at www.360webhosting.com/domains

    Just template changes to make it fit a particular design. I also have two different header and footer images for logged in users and logged out users, each displaying only the relevant info (since I didn't use text links). With that I just made two header and two footer templates, and had it use header2 if logged in, etc.

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    I have it half done on one site but Wifey got me a second licence today for www.dotcomster.com

    I can't install DRAM or any other script myself so I have to wait patiantly while a very busy friend of mine installs it.

    Here's a fullly working DRAM:

    http://www.tosolutions.net/domain.php

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    Uh ... what is a DRAM? LOL
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    Dram Is

    Dram is an interface that helps assist Enom Resellers with domain name registeration. From the looks of it, very nice


    For more information about it check out http://www.dramsystem.com

    Tom
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    Chris,

    Your site looks good. Is it easy to customize it .. or you have to modified the script a little bit ?

    Cheers,
    Roy K.
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  7. #7
    The actual script is the same, all I've done is modified the template files. The only thing I've added is a whois script (which I think isn't working right now anyways...and I think the next release will have a whois script built in.

    I also did the customization with the header and footer images as stated above, so the links within the images can change for logged in users and logged out users.

    Basically the templates are HTML code with php tags in there to dynamicly change some of the values in the forms, the links, etc. So all I've done is insert those added php tags into their proper places on my redesigned html pages.

    So...if you know html, it's very easy to customize it to various levels.

  8. #8
    Hii,

    DRAMS support email is not working for me, the email bounces back to me saying, it cannot be delivered. Anyone having same problems ??

    Cheers

  9. #9
    Mail is fixed now. Box became corrupt somehow, so we deleted it and rebuilt it bigger and better than ever
    Feel free to email with any questions/comments.

    Thanks,
    Steve
    DRAMS Staff

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    hii steve,

    Thanks for confirming..!

    I'd lik to know, if you would include support or integration for HOTSCHARG also in ur next release ??

    If not how easy or difficult is it do do it ourselves ??

    Cheers

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    Steve I while ago you told me about worldpay was going to be supported, I amstill waiting....

    Is is supported yet?

    Thanks

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    Worldpay integration is pretty much complete, and will be in the next version.
    Sorry, as the new features being added are extensive, there is no firm release date on the next version at this time. Will post on our forums as we get closer.

    Regards,
    Steve

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    Wow, that's great..

    I'm still waiting for other like HostCharge .. hehehe.



    Cheers,
    Roy K.
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    Steve,

    I hope you guys manage to include HostCharge Support in your next release...that would be really gr8, if you can manage to do !

    Good luck

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    Hostcharge has been nothing but uncooperative in providing information needed for integration. They dont answer emails, and do not provide info on thier site. I have no desire to 'pull teeth' to get this info from them, nor have any desire to endorse such a company with income generated from my product. We are done chasing them after the 4 unanswered emails we have sent to them.
    At this time, Hostcharge integration is on the far back burner, and integration is not being actively developed.
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    Update on HostCharge which I think it help you a bit on getting hostcharge integrate with DRAM.

    I found out from their forum that they are in the process of moving to a different data center and a new bank. They will not release their new MCC until they completely move to a new data center and the new bank. I think the new MCC should support API for backend integration, which I've been waiting for awhile ..


    Cheers,
    Roy K.
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    I fervently hope, HostCharge guys co-operates with DRAMS development ppl and the integration comes along soon.

    Atleast using the DRAMS system ... even if HostCharge integration support is not inbuilt into DRAMs, can i connect to HostCharge MCC externally ??

    Cheers

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    I think if you do it externally .. wouldn't that cause a delay in getting the domain registered ?


    Cheers,
    Roy K.
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