Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Website Hosting
With a Linux shared website hosting service from our company, you will exert full control over your domain names and over everything connected with them. Integrated into our all-inclusive Hepsia Control Panel, our avant-garde Domain Manager will allow you to accomplish lots of things from one place without needing to sign in and out of different user interfaces. For example, you’ll be able to register a new domain name or to renew an existing one, to update the WHOIS information or to hide it completely using our Whois Privacy Protection service, to host or to park a domain with a couple of mouse clicks. The options specified so far are typical for any such tool, but with our Domain Manager’s quick-access buttons, you will be able also to change the DNS records for any of your domains, to create an FTP account, a database or a mailbox, to examine visitor statistics and much more. The tool is powerful, albeit simple to use, so even if you’ve never had a hosting account before, you will not have any difficulties while administering your domains and the hosting space for them.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
You’ll be able to administer your domain names effortlessly if you order a semi-dedicated server from us. The Domain Manager, which is part of our custom Hepsia Control Panel, offers lots of features that will allow you to do anything you want with just a couple of mouse clicks. Apart from the regular options that you’d anticipate from such a tool, such as registering/renewing a domain name, editing the WHOIS information or adding Whois Privacy Protection, you will also have access to more advanced functions through quick-access buttons. Thus, you can effortlessly set up an email address, access your website files, see web traffic stats or purchase an SSL for any of your domain names. All these features are available in one place and regardless of the fact that the Domain Manager is an advanced tool, it is intuitive enough to be used by people with little or no practical experience.