Hosted Domains in Shared Hosting
The shared hosting solutions we offer enable you to host a different number of domain names. In this way, you can select what plan to acquire and how much to pay in accordance with your requirements. If you decide to host more domain names in the future than the number the current package allows you to, you can easily upgrade the whole plan or keep the same one and just add more slots for hosted domain names. If you choose to employ the registration services of a different company, you will be able to see the name servers that you have to set for your domains in order to point them to our cloud platform in the Hosted Domains area of the Control Panel on our end. If you like to have everything in 1 place, however, there's no limit for the amount of domain addresses you can register/transfer inside your account regardless of the hosting package you have selected. Then you can decide if you will host any of them or you will forward them to other existing domains.
Hosted Domains in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our semi-dedicated server packages allow you to host an unlimited amount of domains by default, not by demand or following some paid upgrade. We have ensured that the feature matches the processing power of the plans simply because it does not sound right to have a massive amount of resources and be able to use them just for a fixed number of domain addresses. In case you register a new domain address via our company, it'll be hosted in your account automatically, so you'll not need to do anything manually after that to link it to the account. If you want to host a domain name, which is registered using a different company, you can do so with a few clicks and you can see the name servers that you need in your Hepsia Control Panel. The latter was developed particularly for multi-domain hosting, so you'll be able to handle all hosted domain addresses in one place with ease. You can forget about working with different systems and accounts as you would have to do with other Control Panels.