As a website needs both hosting space and a domain name, it’s vital to be able to seamlessly manage not only the former, but also the latter. Even if the hosting service is dependable and fast, registering a new domain and pointing it to a particular website may be a burden and may require a lot of time and energy. As a matter of fact, this is the case with the great majority of hosting companies out there – you will have at least two accounts, one billing account and one hosting account, and registering a domain name and taking it online will involve signing in and out of the two accounts. It’d be far more convenient if you could perform all these things from one and the same location and focus on your site, not on different administrative tasks.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Hosting
The Domain Manager tool, which is part of our custom-built Hepsia Control Panel and which is included with each shared hosting package, will give you absolute authority over your domain names. Not only can you perform normal tasks such as registering or renewing a domain name, editing the WHOIS info or activating ID protection, but you can also access more advanced options such as setting up an e-mail, an FTP account or a database, examining visitor and web traffic statistics or updating the DNS resource records for any domain registered under your web hosting account. Aside from the convenience of having everything in one place, another vital advantage of our tool is that all the features are stunningly easy to access and to use, so you can benefit from it even if you’ve never had a hosting package before.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is included with every semi-dedicated server package that we offer, is an all-inclusive tool, which will give you absolute command over your semi-dedicated account and which features our full-featured Domain Manager. It permits you to administer everything related to the domain names in the account – both the registered and the hosted ones. The most vital functions are all there – you can register or renew a domain name, enable ID protection for it, park and redirect it or update its WHOIS info. The Domain Manager, though, is much more than just a list of your domains and several standard options. It is an advanced tool, inside which you’ll discover fast-access buttons, using which you can effortlessly set up a database or an email account, access the web files associated with a specific domain name or keep track of elaborate traffic stats and access logs. Albeit powerful, the Domain Manager is intuitive, so it can be used by persons with little-to-no practical experience.