Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Hosting
Managing your domain names and everything connected with them will be surprisingly easy if you get a shared hosting plan through us. The account itself will be administered through the powerful Hepsia Control Panel, part of which is our fully featured Domain Manager. The latter will allow you to administer all your domains without any effort – you’ll be able to register and to renew domain names in bulk, to add Whois Privacy Protection to any of them or to update their DNS settings, to park and to redirect them with just several clicks. The Domain Manager also features quick-access buttons and by clicking on any of your domain names, you will be able to do lots of things – to check web traffic stats, to create e-mail addresses or databases, to access the website files for the given domain name and much more. The strength of our Domain Manager is that all these functions are available in one place, so you will not need to sign in and out of different interfaces, which will spare you lots of time.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you get a semi-dedicated server through our company, you will be able to manage all your domain names and everything connected with them without effort through our feature-loaded Domain Manager, which is included in the in-house created Hepsia hosting Control Panel. Every feature that you need is conveniently available in one location. Apart from registering and renewing domain names, making WHOIS modifications and activating Whois Privacy Protection, you’ll also be able to carry out more advanced tasks using fast-access buttons – you will be able to access the website files pertaining to a specific domain name, to set up an e-mail address, an FTP account or a database, to see visitor stats and error logs, and so on. The Domain Manager tool is powerful enough for expert users, yet simple enough to be used by novices as well. It will grant you full authority over your domain names and the hosting services connected with them.