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Can I access my domain address with or without the "www"?
Yes, you will be able to access your domain address with or without the "www" in front of the...
Can I change my domain name?
No, sorry. That's the nature of domain registration. Once you have registered (purchased) a...
Can I have multiple domains pointing to the front page of my site?
Yes, you can as many domain names pointing to the front page of your account as you like. Some...
Do you host International domain names?
Yes, we do host international domain names. All you need to do is to register the domain name...
Does it matter which kind of domain I register (.com, .net or .org)?
No, you can register any kind of domain. All of these are "unrestricted" Top-Level Domains, which...
How do I get a parked or addon (multi-hosted) domain setup?
You can park a domain in your Cpanel control panel under the "park domain" link. Please review...
How do I setup a subdomain?
Thanks to Cpanel, this task has been made easier than ever and can be achieved as follows:1....
I want to point a domain to sub-folder of my choice under another sub-folder?
In cPanel the addon domains are hosted off the subdomain which points to public_html/sub/If you...
What if the domain name I want is already taken?
If the name you would like has already been registered by another company,you will want to be...
What is a Sub-Domain?
A sub domain is one, which resides under your top-level domain name, but behaves as a "totally...
What is a domain name?
A domain name is the address, or URL, of your website. For example "bbc.co.uk" or...
What is a multi-hosted (addon) domain in cpanel?
You can add additional domains to your account that will use and share the same disk space and...
What is involved in transferring a domain?
In order to transfer a domain name from one registrar to another you would need to follow the...
Which top-level domains do you host?
You can use our hosting services to host any top-level domain that you own.
Who owns the Domain Name I register?
You become the owner of the domain name. You will have full control and authority over it.