Using the Domain Manager bundled inside the Web Hosting Control Panel, it will be possible to manage your domain names without difficulty, within the same location you manage your web sites. Plus, Spacer Web Hosting’s Domain Manager is full of all of the tools you need to proficiently handle every aspect of your domain names.
Update Whois, name servers, customized DNS
Regardless of how many domain names you might have, it’s possible to manage each of them with merely a click of the mouse within the Spacer Web Hosting Domain Manager! You can modify the WHOIS data, customize the name servers as well as set special DNS records to as many domains as you wish straight from your Web Hosting Control Panel.
Using the Domain Manager, you will get immediate access to the files of your domain names and will be in a position to manage the included email accounts on top of that. In addition, you will be able to watch the web stats for each of your domain names. The bulk option aids you to register and also renew a variety of domains at any given time.
Total DNS administration
With the Domain Manager interface, it will be easy to rather quickly alter important DNS records for domain names, registered or transferred to your website hosting account. It will be possible to easily define unique: A, AAAA, MX, SRV, CNAME, TXT, etc. records, modify them afterwards as well as revert all the way to the default values if you are not happy with a certain adjustment.
At any given moment, you may even register your own personal name servers – dns1.your–domain.com and dns2.your–domain.com to increase your brand recognition among clients.
Park as many domain names as you would like
With the Web Hosting Control Panel, it is possible to register catchy domains as well as park them online up until you fill them with website content or re–sell them to someone else at a bargain price. In the event you park a domain name, you can choose to route your domain name to a template page (’Under Construction’ webpage if you’re planning to use it for a site, alternatively a "for sale" web page for those who like to trade the domain name) as well as to a totally functional site.
You can preserve a domain parked for so long as you choose! In the Domain Manager, it is easy to switch the ’parked’ position of domain and connect it to a site with simply a mouse click.
Integrated domain name re–direction
When you have to redirect your domain name to an alternative domain name, you can do that with a click of the mouse from your Domain Manager. We offer a convenient to use tool for domain name re–direction. Everything you should do is type in the website url in which you want to reroute your domain name to. You’re able to forward it to another domain name in your own website hosting account or to any other domain name on the web.
In case you would want to point the domain name to your Linux shared hosting account – just click on the ’Host Domain’ button and our system is going to do the rest.
WHOIS ID Protection
Protect your private information
Your domain name registration information is publicly available by guideline. Fortunately, there is a option to stop it from exhibiting online by making use of Domain Privacy Protection! With this particular solution, your personal WHOIS data will never display on the web when someone performs a WHOIS lookup for your domain.
Then again, when someone really has to make contact with you concerning your website name, they can use the email indexed in the WHOIS info and we’ll forward it to you easily.
Safe and sound your users’ data
The ideal way to assure safety for the vulnerable details of your respective online clients is to mount an SSL Certificate with your web site. It will secure the link in between the website visitors and your website, to ensure that all of the transmitted data for example charge card data are kept safe.
From the Domain Manager, it’s easy to request a completely new SSL certificate for your own web site. You can select in between 2 kinds of SSL Certificates – standard (for one site) and also Wildcard (for any hosts under a domain).