Surely, the reliability of the hosting service is among the most essential aspects that you should examine before you order a web hosting plan, but also the account management process shouldn’t be very difficult. You would not like to sign in and out of different systems all the time to perform some plain tasks, right? With the most popular Control Panels, there are at least two accounts for a website – hosting and billing, so you’ll need to switch between two separate admin panels to register a brand new domain name, then to host it and to upload the web files associated with it. It’d be much more convenient if you could administer everything related to your domains in one place and save a lot of time and energy, not to mention that it would be much easier to do certain tasks.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Shared Web Hosting
The Domain Manager, which is part of our in-house developed Hepsia Control Panel and which comes with every shared web hosting plan, will give you complete command over your domains. Not only can you carry out regular tasks such as registering or renewing a domain, modifying the WHOIS data or adding Whois Privacy Protection, but you can also access more advanced options such as setting up a mail account, an FTP account or a database, examining visitor and web traffic stats or modifying the DNS resource records for any domain name registered under your hosting account. Apart from the convenience of having everything in one single location, another notable advantage of our tool is that all the functions are extremely easy to access and to use, so you can get the most out of it even if you have never had a hosting package before.
Feature-rich Domain Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which is included with each semi-dedicated server package that we are offering, is an all-inclusive tool, which will grant you total control over your account and which includes our fully featured Domain Manager. The latter enables you to administer everything associated with the domains in the account – both the registered and the hosted ones. The most crucial options are all here – you can register or renew a domain name, enable Whois Privacy Protection for it, park and redirect it or modify its WHOIS details. The Domain Manager, though, is much more than simply a list of your domain names, plus several basic options. It’s a cutting-edge tool, within which you will discover quick-access buttons, using which you can effortlessly set up a database or an email address, access the website files pertaining to a particular domain name or keep an eye on elaborate visitor statistics and access logs. Albeit powerful, the Domain Manager tool is intuitive, so it can be used by individuals with little-to-no experience.