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You can redirect Internet traffic from a particular subdomain to another location. This is usually used when the web pages that made up the subdomain have been moved to another location. TO ADD SUBDOMAIN REDIRECTION: * Login to your cPanel contr...
Addon, parked and subdomain names You can create addon domains, subdomains and even Parked domains using cPanel. Parked Domain Suppose that your main domain name is example.com and you want a second domain for example, auto-test.co.uk to lead to t...
Whilst you are not able to change your primary domain name (also referred to as your main domain name or master domain name), we can do this on your behalf. Please open a helpdesk ticket requesting this. As there is actually quite a lot of work involve...
The addon domain functionality allows you to host multiple domain names (each with their own different website) under one account. To check how many addon domains are offered on your package, please log in to your control panel at http://www.freevirtualse...
Each web hosting package supports a set number of sub-domains (also known as third or forth level domains). You can check the number of sub domains allowed on your account by checking the "Domain Menu" section of your cPanel control panel (the number of s...
*Updated 6/2014 If you already have a domain name registered via 1 (OneAndOne) and wish to update the nameservers to those provided by us for use on your web hosting account, please follow these steps: * Login to your 1&1 control panel * Clic...
To update your nameservers with 123-reg please follow these steps: Log in to 123-reg at https://www.123-reg.co.uk/secure/ Under the Domain Names heading find your domain name in the Your Domains dropdown and click the Manage button In the Advanced ...
If you already have a domain name registered via GoDaddy and wish to update the nameservers to those provided by us for use on your web hosting account, please follow these steps: Go to the Go Daddy website Log in (there is usually a box on the right ha...
If you already have a domain name registered via Network Solutions and wish to update the nameservers to those provided by us for use on your web hosting account, please follow these steps: Go to the Network Solutions website at http://www.networksolut...
If you already have a domain name registered via Register.com and wish to update the nameservers to those provided by us for use on your web hosting account, please follow these steps: Go to the "Register.com" website at http://www.register.com Enter...
If you already have a domain name registered via Yahoo/Geocities and wish to update the nameservers to those provided by us for use on your web hosting account, please follow these steps: Go to Yahoo's Domain faciliti and sign in to the Business Control ...
Here's a quick video on how to check your DNS records for your hosting account. Although some visuals may change over time, the overall concept remains the same.
Our servers allow you to access your site both with and without the initial 'www' prefit. For example: http://example.com and http://www.example.com (where example.com is your domain name) will both bring up your website.
If you are looking at registering more than 10 domain names at the same time with the same registrant/owner details, then we should be able to provide you with discounted pricing. Please open a support ticket listing how many domain names of each extensio...
Domain name privacy differs depending on the type of domain name you hold. .uk domain names For domain names ending in .uk (such as example.co.uk or example.me.uk) where the domain name is being used for personal, non-commercial purposes, you can remo...
If you no longer need a Nominet domain name (one ending in .co.uk, .me.uk, .org.uk, .net.uk ) , you can cancel the domain name immediately via http://www.nominet.org.uk/go/surrender - however, neither ourselves nor Nominet will be able to refund any fees ...
How do I renew my domain name? To renew your domain name please see the following page: http://www.easyinternetsolutions.co.uk/customers/domainrenewals.php You can also renew your domain name via your cPanel control panel. Please note: .uk d...
Transferring a domain name to us from another registrar is easy to do by following the below instructions. If your domain name ends in .UK you'll need to let us know you'll be transferring it to us and then simply ask your current registrar to trans...
Nominet is the main registry for all .uk domain names - if you received a paper invoice from them, it will probably be for around £90 to renew your domain name. As long as it has text such as "Registrant agent: Easy Internet Solutions Ltd", y...
This is a quick video on how to transfer your DNS records. Although the visuals may be different, the concept remains the same.
When transferring a .com, .net, .org , .info , .biz or .in domain name between registrars (such as ourselves and to/from a third party), it will be performed via a method called "EPP" (Extensible Provisioning Protocol). The EPP system requires a "secret k...
Occasionally, when you have purchased your domain name from a third party, they may ask for the "nameserver IP addresses". They shouldn't actually need these IP addresses for the nameservers, but you can find the required IP addresses in the following lis...
Domain Status Tags indicate what "state" a .com, .net, .org, .biz or .info domain name is - here is a brief description of what these status messages mean: ACTIVE: The registry sets this status. The domain can be modified by the registrar. The domain can ...
What is a domain name and why do I need one? Domain names make it easy for people to remember the address of your web site. Every domain name ends in a top-level domain (TLD) name, which is either one of a small list of generic names (three or more cha...
We offer the following domain name extensions. There are three main types of domain names: "Open Registrations" mean that anybody can register a domain name in that extension, but there may be a few minor restrictions. These domain names (unless marked...