As a site needs both hosting space and a domain name, it’s important to be able to seamlessly manage not only the former, but also the latter. Even if the web hosting service is fast and stable, registering a brand-new domain and pointing it to a specific website may be a torture and may involve plenty of time and energy. Actually, that’s the case with the vast majority of web hosting platforms out there – you will have at least two accounts, one hosting account and one billing account, and registering a domain name and getting it online will involve logging in and out of the two accounts. It would be way more convenient if you could do all these things from one place and focus on your site, not on various system tasks.

Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Website Hosting

If you order a shared website hosting plan from us, you’ll be granted access to a feature-loaded Domain Manager tool, which is built into our all-inclusive Hepsia Control Panel. You will be able to register a new domain name and then to park it or host it, to add Whois Privacy Protection or to change its WHOIS details with only a couple of clicks. Using quick-access buttons, you’ll also be able to create a subdomain, an e-mail address or a database, to monitor visitor stats, to access the website files or to get a brand-new SSL certificate. All functions are conveniently grouped and are accessible in one single location, which will save you plenty of time, so you’ll never have to leave the Domain Manager tool. You won’t have any problems, as we have included how-to articles and training video clips to reveal the maximum capacity of our domain name management tool.

Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The Hepsia Control Panel, which comes with each semi-dedicated server package that we are offering, is an all-in-one tool, which will grant you total command over your account and which features our fully featured Domain Manager. The latter enables you to administer everything connected with the domain names in your account – both the registered and the hosted ones. The most necessary options are all here – you can register or renew a domain, activate Whois Privacy Protection for it, park and redirect it or edit its WHOIS details. The Domain Manager, however, is much more than simply a list of your domain names, plus a couple of conventional options. It is a cutting-edge tool, within which you will discover fast-access buttons, using which you can effortlessly create a database or an e-mail account, access the website files for a particular domain or keep track of exhaustive traffic statistics and access logs. The Domain Manager is intuitive (albeit powerful), so it can be used by individuals with little or no practical experience.