Feature-rich Domain Manager in Hosting
Administering your domain names and everything related to them will be exceptionally easy if you get a hosting package through us. The account will be administered through the advanced Hepsia hosting Control Panel, an essential part of which is our feature-loaded Domain Manager. The latter will permit you to manage all your domains without difficulty – you will be able to register and to renew domains in bulk, to enable Whois Privacy Protection for any of them or to change their DNS information, to park and to forward them with only several clicks. The tool also offers fast-access buttons and by clicking on any of your domains, you’ll be able to do lots of things – to keep track of traffic statistics, to create emails or databases, to access the website files pertaining to the given domain and so on. The strength of our Domain Manager tool is that all these features are available in one single location, so you will not need to use separate user interfaces, which will save you plenty of time.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our Linux semi-dedicated hosting packages will grant you absolute control over your domains. The semi-dedicated accounts are administered via our custom-created Hepsia Control Panel and the domain names in particular – via the Domain Manager tool, which is powerful, yet really simple to work with. You’ll be able to do more or less everything from a single place – domain name registrations, renewals, Whois Privacy Protection options and WHOIS changes are all only a click away, but you will also be able to perform many more operations, such as creating a mailbox or a subdomain, accessing your web files or viewing web traffic statistics for any of the domains hosted under the semi-dedicated account. These functions can be accessed using quick-access buttons and right-click context menus, which will spare you a lot of time, especially if you would like to perform multiple operations. They will make managing your domain names quite easy, even if you’ve got little or no practical experience.