The does–it–all Domain Name Manager solution, bundled within the Web Control Panel can really do everything. It allows you to control a number of domain names without hassles, through the exact same location you command your websites and billing. Plus it aids you to promptly switch from one to the other one without losing any alterations.
Multiple Domain Name Administration
Your domain names in one location
Via the WebHost4.us Web Control Panel, you can easily focus on a number of websites and domain names concurrently. WebHost4.us’s Domain Name Manager enables you to control all the various elements that come with your domain names – WHOIS information, name servers, customized DNS records, domain name locking, etc. It’s also possible to park limitless number of domain names, reroute domain names, enable WHOIS Privacy Protection, and much more.
With simply a mouse click, it is possible to take care of your websites’ files, databases, mailboxes, or inspect your current website stats.
Complete DNS management
Via the Domain Name Manager user interface, you will be able to rather quickly change beneficial DNS records for domain names, registered or moved to your website hosting account. You will be able to speedily define custom: A, AAAA, MX, SRV, CNAME, TXT, etc. records, modify them at a later date as well as revert all the way to the default values if you are not happy with a certain modification.
At any time, you can even register your very own name servers – dns1.your–domain.com and dns2.your–domain.com to increase your brand name reputation between customers.
Park as many domains as you would like
From the Web Control Panel, it is possible to register appealing domain names as well as park them on the internet until you load them with website content or re–sell them to somebody else at a good price. Whenever you park a domain name, you can choose to direct your domain name to a web theme webpage (’Under Construction’ webpage if you’re planning to make use of it for a site, alternatively a "for sale" web page for those who like to trade the domain) or a fully operational website.
You can preserve a domain name parked as long as you would like! Through the Domain Name Manager, you can switch the ’parked’ position of domain and connect it to a web site with merely a click of the mouse.
Built–in domain name redirection
If you have to redirect your domain to a different web site, it can be done with just a mouse click from our Domain Name Manager. Our company offers a well designed tool for domain re–direction. What you need to do is enter the website url where you wish to direct your domain name to. You can forward it to a different domain name in your own account as well as to virtually any domain name online.
And if you want to point the domain name straight back to your Linux web hosting packages account – just click on the ’Host Domain’ button and our platform is going to do what’s left.
Whois Privacy Protection
Protect your important data
Your domain name registration details are freely available by guideline. Happily, there is a way for you to prevent it from demonstrating on the web by making use of WHOIS Privacy Protection! Using this type of solution, all your WHOIS data won’t show on the internet if somebody constitutes a WHOIS search for your domain name.
Then again, if someone truly must get hold of you concerning your domain name, they can work with the email mentioned in the WHOIS info and we’ll forward it to you effortlessly.
Safe and sound your consumers’ information
The best way to assure security for the very sensitive details of your respective online consumers will be to install an SSL Certificate in your web site. It’s going to secure the connection amongst the visitors as well as your website, to make certain that pretty much all carried information for example charge card details are kept protected.
From the Domain Name Manager, it’s easy to obtain a whole new SSL certificate for your own website. You can select among two kinds of SSL Certificates – common (for one site) as well as Wildcard (for all hosts within a domain).