Undoubtedly, the dependability of the web hosting service is among the most crucial aspects that you should check before you buy a web hosting package, but also the account administration process shouldn’t be excessively difficult. You would not want to sign in and out of separate admin consoles all the time to perform a few elementary tasks, right? With the most popular Control Panel tools, there are no less than two accounts for a website – billing and hosting, so you’ll need to switch between two separate platforms to register a brand-new domain, then to host it and to upload the website files pertaining to it. It’d be far easier if you could administer everything related to your domains in one single location and spare lots of time and effort, not to mention that it’d be far easier to complete specific tasks.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Website Hosting
The Domain Manager tool, which is built into our custom-created Hepsia Control Panel and which comes with each shared website hosting package, will give you total command over your domains. Not only can you do regular tasks such as registering or renewing a domain name, updating the WHOIS data or enabling ID protection, but you can also access more advanced options such as setting up an e-mail account, a database or an FTP account, checking visitor and web traffic statistics or accessing the DNS resource records for any domain name registered under your hosting account. Aside from the convenience of having everything in one single location, another substantial advantage of our tool is that all the features are unbelievably easy to access and to use, so you can make the most of it even if you have never had a web hosting plan before.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The Hepsia Control Panel, which comes with each and every semi-dedicated server package that we offer, is an all-inclusive tool, which will give you complete control over your account and which features our feature-loaded Domain Manager. It permits you to manage everything related to the domains in the account – both the registered and the hosted ones. The most vital options are all there – you can register or renew a domain, activate ID protection for it, park and redirect it or modify its WHOIS info. The Domain Manager, though, is much more than just a list of your domain names and a couple of conventional functions. It’s a cutting-edge tool, inside which you will find fast-access buttons, using which you can effortlessly create a database or a mailbox, access the web files associated with a given domain name or examine detailed visitor stats and access logs. Albeit powerful, the Domain Manager tool is intuitive, so it can be used by individuals with little or no practical experience.