The does–it–all Domains Manager interface, incorporated inside the Website Control Panel can certainly do it all. It enables you to maintain many domain names without difficulty, through the exact same place you handle your web sites and billing. Plus it enables you to instantly switch from one to the other one without dropping any alterations.
Alter Whois, name servers, custom DNS
Regardless of how many domain names you might have, it’s possible to deal with each of them with only a click of the mouse from the Host2u Domains Manager! You can easily change the WHOIS data, customize the name servers as well as install special DNS records to as many domain names as you would like from your Website Control Panel.
By employing the Domains Manager, you will get direct access to the files of your domain names and you will be able to modify the integrated e–mail accounts on top of that. Also, you are able to check the web figures for every single one of your respective domains. The bulk solution aids you to register and renew a wide range of domain names at a time.
Manage all your DNS records with simply a click
The DNS administration user interface of the Website Control Panel features an option to create and revise all kinds of DNS records for any of the domains that you have registered or moved to your website hosting account. These records consist of A, AAAA, MX, CNAME, SRV and TXT records. Provided you have revised a DNS record but need to recover the initial values, you can do this with just a click of the mouse on the Revert button.
With the DNS Manager, you might also register name servers which are in line with your domain name, for example: dns1.your–domain.com and dns2.your–domain.com. This will aid you to make your brand name a lot more recognizable to your users!
Park all your domain names in barely a single step
Domain Parking is a popular solution which you can use to obtain attractive domains and place them online with no need to have a website. It’s easy to park as much domain names as you desire through the Domains Manager of your respective Website Control Panel. Parking a domain will make it show an ’Under Construction’ webpage, a "for sale" web page, or even forward the domain to an alternative site.
Just as soon as you have your website prepared, it is possible to host back your domain with one click of the mouse! Your freshly submitted website will get on the web right away.
In–built domain name redirection
If you want to redirect your domain to another web link, it can be done with simply a click in the Domains Manager. You will find a simplified tool for domain redirection. All you should do is type in the website url where you desire to reroute your domain name to. You are able to forward it to a different domain name in your own website hosting account or even to any other domain name on the internet.
If you want to forward the domain name straight back to your Linux web hosting account – click on on the ’Host Domain’ button and our system is going to do all the rest.
Whois Privacy Protection
Secure your personal privacy
The WHOIS Privacy Protection service is actually a great way to disguise the registration info of your domain from the public eye. It is going to replace your individual information by means of generic company name and address, in order that nobody is able to utilize it for illegal purposes. If, nevertheless, a person desires to communicate with you concerning your domain name, they can still use the detailed e–mail address, that can instantly route the message for you.
Protect your consumers’ details
The easiest way to guarantee security for the delicate details of your respective online users will be to install an SSL on your website. It will encrypt the link amongst the customers and your web site, so that pretty much all transmitted information such as charge card details are kept safe.
From your Domains Manager, it’s easy to obtain a new SSL certificate for your web site. You may choose amongst 2 types of SSL – standard (for one site) along with Wildcard (for all hosts with a domain).