Feature-rich Domain Manager in Web Hosting
If you get a web hosting package from our company, you’ll be provided with access to a feature-loaded Domain Manager, which is part of our all-inclusive Hepsia hosting Control Panel. You’ll be able to register a brand new domain name and then to host it or park it, to add Whois Privacy Protection or to edit its WHOIS information with just several clicks of the mouse. Using fast-access buttons, you will also be able to set up a sub-domain, an e-mail account or a database, to keep an eye on traffic statistics, to access the website files or to get a brand-new Secure Sockets Layer certificate. All functions are conveniently grouped and are accessible in one location, which will spare you lots of time, so you will never have to leave the Domain Manager tool. You will not experience any problems, since we’ve included educational articles and tutorial video clips to show the maximum capacity of our domain management tool.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is included with each and every semi-dedicated server plan that we are offering, is an all-in-one tool, which will give you full command over your semi-dedicated account and which features our fully featured Domain Manager. It allows you to administer everything associated with the domain names in your account – both the registered and the hosted ones. The most crucial functions are all there – you can register or renew a domain name, enable Whois Privacy Protection for it, park and forward it or change its WHOIS information. The Domain Manager, however, is much more than just a list of your domains, plus a few basic options. It is an advanced tool, within which you will find quick-access buttons, using which you can easily create a database or a mail account, access the website files associated with a certain domain or keep an eye on detailed visitor stats and access logs. Albeit powerful, the Domain Manager tool is intuitive, so it can be used by individuals with little-to-no practical experience.