There are two separate services that you’ll need for a functioning site - a domain name plus a web hosting plan for it. When you type the domain address in your Internet browser, you see the content that’s uploaded within the web hosting account, but if that Internet domain is not linked to such an account or to an email service, it is parked. Put simply, the domain name is registered and you are its owner, but it does not have any content of its own. As a substitute, it can open either a pre-made “Under Construction / For Sale” page from the registrar company, or it may be forwarded to any other URL of your choice. The main benefit of parking a domain is that you can keep it and make certain that no one else is going to take it. Meanwhile, it won't occupy a slot for a hosted domain within your account. In addition, you can park domains if you have a .com, for example, and you register domains with other extensions like .net, .org or country-code ones to direct them to the main website so as to protect a brand name.

Parked Domains in Shared Hosting

You will be able to park as many domain names as you wish with any of the shared hosting plans that we offer. Of course, this feature is available just for domain names registered with us as the service is always provided only by the registrar. As opposed to many companies, we don't charge anything extra for parking a domain address and the process takes just a couple of mouse clicks in your Hepsia Control Panel. We've got a few parking templates to choose from where you can add custom text. If you decide to host a parked domain in the future, adding it to your account requires only a click. Everything needed for your website to start showing up, including setting up a domain folder and creating DNS records is going to be done automatically by our system. The feature-rich Domain Manager tool will allow you to view a full list of the domain addresses that you've registered through our company and you will be able to set a filter to view only the parked or only the hosted ones.