Domain Broker 2 is a responsive domain parking page tailor-made for selling your domain names.
Quickly generate leads from interested buyers using the contact form. Display multiple domains with the domain portfolio dropdown. Includes intuitive visual editor to make changes on the fly. Brand your install with full-screen background images and textures.
Compatible with PHP 5.4+/Apache web hosting (see hosting compatibility FAQ). No database required!
Use as many domains as you’d like with just one install of Domain Broker 2. Just point the domain names to your web hosting, configure them as Alias or Addon domains in your control panel, and Domain Broker will handle them.
Make edits to your theme quickly and painlessly. After some initial setup, you won’t need to touch code again. Visual Editor gives you a snappy admin interface to customize your install.
DB2 is backed by responsive support. Whether you leave a comment on the theme page, use my profile page contact form, or email directly, I’ll get back to you quickly, usually within one day.
Whether you prefer written or video documentation, it’s all included in detail.
Interested in what setup looks like? Check out the video setup tutorial!
Mobile viewers won’t be left out this time, either. DB2 is fully responsive, from smartphone to tablet to widescreen desktop.
Anti-spamSpammers love contact forms, but you can cut spam big time with Google reCAPTCHA (optional). It’s much easier than it used to be-just a checkbox for most (human) visitors.
Your feedbackAre you an existing buyer? I’d love to hear from you. Please rate Domain Broker, write a quick review, or fill out the feature request form if you have ideas for improvements!
This theme adheres to Semantic Versioning.
[1.3.2] – 2017-01-03
Changed - Updated PHPMailer to version 5.2.21, includes fixes for security vulnerabilities - Updated Microsoft OAuth setup instructions
[1.3.1] – 2016-05-11
If you’re using reCAPTCHA with multiple domains, take note – Google is disabling a feature called “secure token” on May 18th, 2016 which DB2 used since 1.2.0 to avoid entering all your domains in reCAPTCHA’s admin page. It’s still possible to avoid entering all the domains on their page, but will require one change on your part. After updating to Domain Broker 2 version 1.3.1, disable Domain Name Validation in “Advanced Settings” on the reCAPTCHA admin page.
Added - DB2's version number is now in index.php - Domain Validation for reCAPTCHA Changed - Removed secure token implementation of reCAPTCHA (Google is deprecating the secure token feature on May 18, 2016). Now requires disabling of Domain Name Validation (this option can be turned off in the Google reCAPTCHA website under your projects "Advanced Settings"). Fixed - When using the domain selection field, domains with no background override now use the default background instead of switching to a blank background
[1.3.0] – 2016-04-27
Note: if you downloaded 1.3.0 before May 4, please re-download the latest version. There were missing files which have been replaced.
This release brings a number of feature improvements to improve the buyer’s experience, including the ability to specify a background image per domain, add an optional message field, and an option domain selection field. There are also benefits to you, the owner – Domain Broker 2 is now easier to customize due to improved file organization. See below for details!
[1.2.0] – 2016-01-20
Added - Secure token implementation of reCAPTCHA v2, allows unlimited domains without entering them in Google's "allowed domains" list - Visual Editor supports saving capitalized domain names, like SomeDomain.com Fixed - Visual editor: when toggling switches notices would overflow past the container. Notices have been moved to tooltip format. - Visual editor: some web hosting setups returned wrong script path for the login process, causing errors. Now determining the path using a more reliable method.
Fixed - Updated written documentation to reflect changes in Google and Microsoft OAuth setup.
[1.1.1] – 2015-10-26
Fixed - Set file permissions to 644. Previous update had 664 permissions which causes 500 Internal Server Error on some web hosts.
[1.1.0] – 2015-10-05
[1.0.1] – 2015-09-14
Changed - Use nicename for the <title> tag, if nicename is set for the current domain - Remove outline on domain portfolio button when focused Fixed - Fix reCAPTCHA alignment issue on iOS Safari, where it would shift over to the right
[1.0.0] – 2015-09-03
- jQuery throttle / debounce—rate-limit your functions in multiple useful ways.
- BigText—a jQuery plugin that fits text inside an element
- HTML5 Placeholder jQuery Plugin—a jQuery plugin that enables HTML5 placeholder behavior for browsers that aren’t trying hard enough yet
- jQuery Validation Plugin—form validation made easy
- Dirty Forms—a jQuery plugin to help prevent users from losing data when editing forms.
- jQuery Remember State—remember and restore form state using localStorage
- SASS—CSS with superpowers
- Opauth—multi-provider authentication framework for PHP
- PHPColors—A series of methods that let you manipulate colors
- PostCSS—Transforming styles with JS plugins
- Google Fonts
- DesignModo Linecons
- Unsplash—free high-resolution photos
- SubtlePatterns—free textures for your next web project.