Learn what parked domains are, why they're so handy and how to park a domain.
A parked Internet domain is one that is taken, yet it is not linked to any other service - web or e-mail hosting. In other words, such a domain won't load any real content in case you type it inside a browser, but nobody else can take it as you've already registered it and you are its owner. The benefit of acquiring a domain and parking it afterwards is the fact that you’ll be able to keep it and not worry that somebody else could possibly register it in the meantime if, for instance, the site for it is not ready yet. You are able to create a temporary Under Construction webpage for a parked domain name while you're working on your website, or direct it to another web address - temporarily or permanently. The latter option can be employed if you have already registered domain.com, for instance, and you acquire domain.net and domain.org, so that you can protect a brand name or a trademark. In this case, the .net and .org domain names can be parked and directed to the .com since you don't need separate websites for them.
Parked Domains in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you buy a semi-dedicated server plan from our company, you are going to be able to register and park as many domains as you would like. As opposed to other providers, we are not going to charge you an additional fee for this feature. You are able to park a domain name with just two clicks using the Domain Manager tool, which you could access via the Hepsia hosting CP. In case you decide to use a template, you're going to have a few different ones to choose from and you'll be able to add custom text to each of them. The feature-rich Domain Manager enables you to set filters to check out only the hosted or only the parked domain addresses inside your account. Using the same instrument, you can also un-park a domain and host it inside your account with only a click. Our system will change the name servers of the domain name and will create its folder inside the File Manager section, and the needed DNS records for it, automatically.