Discover more about parked domains - what they are and in what situations it's good to have your domain names parked.
There are two separate services you need for a functioning web site - a domain plus a web hosting plan for it. When you type the domain address in your web browser, you see the content that’s uploaded within the website hosting account, but if that domain address isn't linked to such an account or to an email service, it's parked. To put it differently, the domain name is registered and you're its owner, but it does not have any content of its own. Rather, it can open either a pre-made “Under Construction / For Sale” Internet page from the registrar company, or it could be directed to any other URL of your choice. The main benefit of parking a domain name is that you can keep it and ensure that nobody else will take it. Meanwhile, it won't take a slot for a hosted domain name in your account. You could also park domain names if you have a .com, for instance, and you register domains with other extensions such as .net, .org or country-code ones to forward them to the main site in order to protect a brand name.
Parked Domains in Semi-dedicated Servers
Using our Linux semi-dedicated hosting service you are going to be able to park an unlimited amount of the domain addresses that you have registered through our company at no extra cost. We provide you with a variety of parking templates to pick from with the option to add your own text to any of them. If you prefer to forward your domain address, it takes simply a couple of mouse clicks to do it. We have a feature-rich Domain Manager tool that you could access from your Hepsia hosting Control Panel and it'll allow you to park and un-park domains easily or filter all registered domains by their status and see only the parked or just the hosted ones. Un-parking a domain address takes just a click and you'll not have to do anything manually after that, since our system will automatically create all the required records, change the domain address servers and create a domain folder within the File Manager section.