Being able to easily manage your domain names is pretty important and can contribute to your user experience as a hosting client. The platforms that lots of companies use are not very simple to work with, so you can frequently find yourself in a situation where you have to log in and out of separate user interfaces to do a given task, even if you have one single domain name. Not only is this awkward, but it also takes much more time and effort in comparison to having an all-in-one tool where you can access everything you need without logging in and out all the time. For example, registering a brand-new domain, hosting it and uploading the web files associated with it entails the use of at least two different admin panels, all the more so in case you’re using the most popular web hosting platforms on the market.

Feature-rich Domain Manager in Web Hosting

If you order a web hosting plan from our company, you will get access to a feature-laden Domain Manager tool, which is integrated into our all-inclusive Hepsia hosting Control Panel. You will be able to register a brand new domain name and then to host it or park it, to order Whois Privacy Protection or to update its WHOIS details with only a couple of mouse clicks. Using fast-access buttons, you’ll also be able to create a sub-domain, a mailbox or a database, to see web traffic stats, to access the web files or to order a brand new SSL certificate. All functions are conveniently grouped and are available in one location, which will spare you a lot of time, so you’ll never have to log out of the Domain Manager tool. You will not experience any difficulties, as we have added how-to articles and tutorial video clips to show you the full potential of our domain management tool.

Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which comes with each semi-dedicated server package that we are offering, is an all-encompassing tool, which will grant you full command over your semi-dedicated account and which features our fully featured Domain Manager. The latter allows you to manage everything related to the domains in your account – both the hosted and the registered ones. The most necessary functions are all there – you can register or renew a domain, enable Whois Privacy Protection for it, park and forward it or update its WHOIS info. The Domain Manager, though, is much more than simply a list of your domains, plus several ordinary functions. It’s a leading-edge tool, inside which you’ll find quick-access buttons, using which you can effortlessly create a database or an email account, access the web files associated with a certain domain name or check in-depth traffic stats and access logs. The Domain Manager is intuitive (albeit powerful), so it can be used by persons with little-to-no practical experience.