Feature-rich Domain Manager in Cloud Website Hosting
Managing your domain names and everything associated with them will be surprisingly easy if you get a cloud website hosting plan through us. The account will be managed through the advanced Hepsia Control Panel, an essential part of which is our feature-laden Domain Manager. The latter will permit you to administer all your domain names without any difficulty – you’ll be able to register and to renew domain names in bulk, to enable Whois Privacy Protection for any of them or to edit their DNS info, to park and to redirect them with just a couple of clicks. The tool also features fast-access buttons and by clicking on any of your domain names, you’ll be able to accomplish lots of things – to check traffic statistics, to create e-mail addresses or databases, to access the web files pertaining to the given domain and so on. The advantage of our Domain Manager is that all these features are available in one place, so you will not have to use different user interfaces, which will spare you plenty of time.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
Our Linux semi-dedicated servers will give you total command over your domain names. The accounts are managed via our in-house built Hepsia Control Panel and the domains in particular – via the Domain Manager tool, which is powerful, yet really simple to use. You’ll be able to do more or less everything from a single location – domain name registrations, renewals, Whois Privacy Protection options and WHOIS modifications are all just a click away, but you will also be able to perform many more operations, such as setting up an email address or a sub-domain, accessing your web files or keeping track of traffic stats for any of the domain names registered under the semi-dedicated account. These options are accessible via quick-access buttons and right-click contextual menus, which will spare you plenty of time, all the more so if you wish to perform multiple tasks. They’ll make managing your domains pretty easy, even if you have little-to-no practical experience.