Domain names

What are Addons Domains? How do I Have Multiple Domains on My Shared Hosting Account?

What are Addons Domains? How do I Have Multiple Domains on My Shared Hosting Account?

Addon Domains allow you to host multiple domain names on separate folders in your WHUK Shared Web Hosting account. While it doesn’t mean Reseller Web Hosting isn’t necessary, it means if you’re on a Shared Web Hosting package, you can host multiple domains on the same account without needing to buy separate Shared Web Hosting …

Does A Domain Name Play Important Role to Run the Website?

Does A Domain Name Play Important Role to Run the Website?

When purchasing a new web hosting plan from Webhosting.uk.com, you will be required to provide a domain name that you can use with your new web hosting service. If you don’t already own domain names or don’t have one that you would like to use with your new web hosting service then we offer domain …

Domain ID Protection – WHOIS Protection – What is it and Why Should I Have it?

Domain ID Protection – WHOIS Protection – What is it and Why Should I Have it?

What is the “WHOIS database”? For global Top Level Domains (gTLDs) such as .com, .net, .info and others need to accompany valid and accurate address and contact details respective to the owner of the domain name, and this information is publicly accessible via the “WHOIS database”. In fact, anyone can access the WHOIS record for …

Domain Names Guide

Domain Names Guide

A domain name is what your visitors will type into their web browser to access your website making it one of the most important components of your website; choosing a domain name can be a tricky task if the one that you are looking to register has already been purchased by someone else, but there …

How Do I Change My Name Servers?

How Do I Change My Name Servers?

Steps to follow change Name Servers? 1) First login to your account. 2) Go to ‘My Domains’. 3) Select your domain and scroll down to ‘Name Servers’. Here you can add or delete your name servers. 4) Press ‘Save Settings’ to save the changes. Note: Please keep in mind that all Nameserver changes my take …

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