Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Hosting
With a Linux shared hosting package from our company, you will have total command over your domain names and over everything connected with them. Integrated into our all-inclusive Hepsia Control Panel, our innovative Domain Manager will enable you to do lots of things from one single location without needing to sign in and out of different platforms. For example, you’ll be able to register a brand-new domain name or to renew an already registered one, to modify the WHOIS info or to conceal it completely using our Whois Privacy Protection service, to park or to host a domain name with several mouse clicks. The options cited so far are standard for any such tool, but using our Domain Manager’s fast-access buttons, you’ll be able also to access the DNS resource records for any of your domains, to set up a database, an FTP account or an e-mail address, to examine traffic statistics and so on. The tool is powerful, albeit easy to use, so even if you’ve never used a hosting account before, you won’t have any problems while managing your domain names and the hosting space for them.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated packages will grant you total authority over your domains. The accounts are managed via our in-house built Hepsia hosting Control Panel and the domains in particular – through the Domain Manager tool, which is powerful, yet astonishingly easy to use. You will be able to do pretty much everything from one single location – registrations, renewals, Whois Privacy Protection options and WHOIS updates are all just a single click away, but you will also be able to carry out many more operations, such as creating a mailbox or a subdomain, accessing your website files or keeping track of web traffic statistics for any of the domain names registered under the semi-dedicated server account. These options can be accessed using fast-access buttons and right-click menus, which will spare you lots of time, even more so if you’d like to perform multiple operations. They’ll make administering your domains exceptionally easy, even if you’ve got little or no practical experience.