Parked Domains in Shared Website Hosting
When you get a shared website hosting plan from us, you'll be able to register as many domains as you want and park any of them with a couple of mouse clicks via your Hepsia hosting Control Panel. Through our feature-rich Domain Manager instrument, you can pick from a number of templates and add your own text to each of them. If you want to forward a domain address, all it takes is to type the URL, save it, and you will be all set. You'll be able to un-park a domain and host it within your account just as easily and our system will do all the required adjustments - update the domain name servers, create DNS records for it, create a domain folder in the File Manager area of your account, etc. If you have a huge number of domain names registered using our company, you will be able to use a filter to check out only the parked or just the hosted ones for much easier management. Taking into consideration you could park a domain name only with its registrar company, you can employ this feature only for domains which are registered through us, but not through another company.
Parked Domains in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you purchase a semi-dedicated server plan through us, you are going to be able to register and park as many domains as you would like. Unlike other companies, we are not going to charge you an additional fee for this feature. You can park a domain with just a couple of mouse clicks through the Domain Manager tool, which you could access through the Hepsia hosting CP. If you want to use a template, you are going to have a few different ones to choose from and you will be able to add custom text to any of them. The feature-rich Domain Manager allows you to set filters to see only the hosted or only the parked domains inside your account. Using the same tool, you can also un-park a domain and host it within your account with just a click. Our system will change the name servers of the domain name and will create its folder in the File Manager section, and the needed DNS records for it, automatically.