If you need to change the ownership of your domain, you must do a domain transfer.  Go to the Transfer Domain page and  enter the domain name you wish to transfer. The results will indicate whether the domain name entered is available for transfer. Click “ADD TO CART” and complete your transfer by logging into… Read More

In the world of the internet, every device and every piece of equipment that connects to it, such as mobile phones, laptops, and tablets, is assigned a unique IP (Internet Protocol) address. This address consists of numbers separated by dots, for example 994.256.987.586, and it serves as a way for computers to communicate with each… Read More

You can register multiple domain names and make each of them point to the single domain URL of your website. Pointing is also called URL redirection and URL forwarding. Imagine you’ve got your awesome website rocking the internet, but you want to expand your online presence and give your visitors more ways to find you.… Read More

Any person or entity that registers a TLD name with a Registrar is called a Registrant. All Registrants’ domain information is available to the public via the WHOIS global domain database. Should you not wish to have your information available to the Public, you can request WHOIS Privacy for your domain registration which incurs a… Read More

Registrars are the go-between for the global public and a Registry. To represent different TLDs and gTLDs, a Registrar must be officially accredited by each respective Registry for the TLD that they want to sell. They’re like the authorized bridge that connects you to your dream domain.… Read More

The Domain Name System (DNS) protocol translates domain names into TCP/IP addresses. It’s like the internet’s own language translator, helping online computers and devices across the web identify websites. The Registries create and maintain domain names for their specific TLD (Top Level Domain), which can be country codes (ccTLD) or generics (gTLD). So, when you… Read More

When it comes to transferring your domain, your ISP (Internet Service Provider) might hold onto your domain ,or domain information, until your account with them is settled in full. Make sure you’ve squared away any outstanding payments before making the move. To ensure your business or website experiences as little downtime as possible, we’ll need… Read More

Top-Level Domains (TLDs) hold a significant position within a URL address structure, serving as the suffix that follows the domain name. For instance, in URLs like EXAMPLE-www.myhosteddomain.com or EXAMPLE-www.hosted.uk , the TLDs are ‘com’ and ‘uk,’ respectively. Each TLD belongs to a specific group, encompassing various categories: Generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs): These TLDs typically consist… Read More