Indeed, the stability of the web hosting service is among the most vital factors that you should check before you opt for a hosting package, but also the account management procedure shouldn’t be very complicated. You wouldn’t want to log in and out of separate platforms all the time to do some simple tasks, right? With the most famous Control Panels, there are no less than 2 accounts for a website – hosting and billing, so you need to sign in and out of two separate admin dashboards to register a new domain, then to host it and to upload the website files for it. It’d be much more convenient if you could manage everything associated with your domains in one single place and spare lots of time and energy, not to mention that it’d be much easier to carry out given tasks.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Cloud Hosting
If you get a cloud hosting plan from us, you’ll acquire access to a fully featured Domain Manager, which is built into our all-in-one Hepsia Control Panel. You’ll be able to register a brand-new domain name and then to park it or host it, to order Whois Privacy Protection or to change its WHOIS info with just a few clicks of the mouse. Using quick-access buttons, you’ll also be able to set up a subdomain, an email account or a database, to monitor web traffic statistics, to access the website files or to request a brand-new SSL certificate. All options are conveniently assembled and are available in one single place, which will spare you a lot of time, so you will never have to sign out of the Domain Manager. You won’t experience any problems, as we’ve added how-to articles and training videos to demonstrate the maximum potential of our domain name management tool.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The Hepsia Control Panel, which is included with each and every semi-dedicated server package that we offer, is an all-inclusive tool, which will grant you total authority over your semi-dedicated account and which features our full-featured Domain Manager. It permits you to manage everything associated with the domain names in the account – both the hosted and the registered ones. The most crucial options are all there – you can register or renew a domain, activate Whois Privacy Protection for it, park and forward it or update its WHOIS info. The Domain Manager, though, is much more than just a list of your domains, plus several conventional functions. It is a leading-edge tool, within which you’ll find fast-access buttons, using which you can easily set up a database or an e-mail account, access the website files pertaining to a particular domain name or see elaborate visitor stats and access logs. Albeit powerful, the Domain Manager tool is intuitive, so it can be used by persons with little-to-no experience.