Feature-rich Domain Manager in Website Hosting
If you order a website hosting package from our company, you will get access to a fully featured Domain Manager tool, which is included in our all-inclusive Hepsia Control Panel. You will be able to register a brand-new domain and then to host it or park it, to activate Whois Privacy Protection or to change its WHOIS details with only a few clicks of the mouse. Using fast-access buttons, you will also be able to set up a subdomain, an e-mail address or a database, to keep an eye on web traffic stats, to access the web files or to order a brand new SSL certificate. All options are conveniently assembled and are available in one location, which will spare you plenty of time, so you will never have to log out of the Domain Manager tool. You won’t have any difficulties, as we’ve included instructional articles and tutorial video clips to show the full capacity of our domain name management tool.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages will give you absolute authority over your domain names. The semi-dedicated accounts are administered through our custom-developed Hepsia hosting Control Panel and the domain names in particular – through the Domain Manager tool, which is powerful, yet extremely easy to work with. You’ll be able to do more or less everything from one single location – domain name registrations, renewals, Whois Privacy Protection options and WHOIS changes are all just one click away, but you will also be able to perform many more operations, such as setting up an e-mail address or a subdomain, accessing your website files or keeping an eye on web traffic statistics for any of the domain names registered under the semi-dedicated account. These functions can be accessed using quick-access buttons and right-click context menus, which will spare you plenty of time, particularly if you would like to carry out multiple operations simultaneously. They will make managing your domains extremely easy, even if you’ve got little or no experience.