Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Web Hosting
With a Linux shared web hosting from our company, you will exercise total command over your domain names and over everything connected with them. Included in our all-in-one Hepsia hosting Control Panel, our powerful Domain Manager will allow you to accomplish lots of things from one location without needing to switch between different user interfaces. For example, you’ll be able to register a brand new domain or to renew an active one, to change the WHOIS information or to hide it completely using our Whois Privacy Protection service, to park or to host a domain name with a couple of clicks. The features cited so far are standard for any such tool, but with our Domain Manager’s quick-access buttons, you’ll be able also to edit the DNS records for any of your domains, to set up an FTP account, a database or an email, to keep an eye on web traffic stats and much more. The tool is advanced, albeit easy to work with, so even if you have never used a hosting account before, you will not experience any difficulties while managing your domain names and the hosting space for them.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
You’ll be able to manage your domain names with ease if you get a Linux semi-dedicated hosting from our company. The Domain Manager tool, which is built into our in-house created Hepsia hosting Control Panel, offers many features that will permit you to do anything you wish with just a few clicks of the mouse. Apart from the conventional options that you would anticipate from such a tool, such as registering/renewing a domain, changing the WHOIS information or enabling Whois Privacy Protection, you will also have access to more advanced functions via quick-access buttons. In this way, you can easily set up an email address, access your web files, monitor visitor statistics or get a Secure Sockets Layer certificate for any of your domain names. All these features are available in one location and even though the Domain Manager is an advanced tool, it’s intuitive enough to be used by persons with little-to-no practical experience.