This domain can be useful if your business operates out of America, or you want to appeal to the American market.
The .us domain is available to all U.S. citizens and government agencies, as well as any foreign business or organization with a presence in the United States.
With a .us domain, you can:
⦁ Create a site dedicated to the interests of your US site visitors and customers
⦁ Add a new site with an easy-to-remember extension
⦁ Expand your current site with US-only content and features
⦁ Establish your business presence in the US
⦁ Protect your trademark in the US
⦁ Receive a listing in the US Directory
.in is a good choice for organizations and companies who want to establish their business in India. India is a fast-growing market, and many businesses are using .in domain names to appeal to the Indian market. The .in domain extension is a country code top-level domain with no geographical requirements. It means that anyone in any country may register a domain with this TLD. Some companies create distinct URLs for different geographical markets. For example, You might have a .com site featuring info about your local products and services and also have a .in site dedicated to your Indian customers.
Login to your cPanel icon. Here you can see an icon labeled “Subdomains.” Click that. It will take you to the subdomain management page. On this page, you can set up subdomains and associate them with specific folders in your file system.
A virtual server is a software emulation of a real physical server.
A web server is a software application that communicates between your computer or server and the internet. Web servers are an important piece of a website hosting. The web server runs continuously on the computer (server)where your website is hosted. It receives requests coming from the internet and then responds to those requests by delivering web pages, images, and other resources to the requester.
HTTPS is the protocol used when communicating with a website over SSL. The last letter S - from the word "secure" - means "security." This is a protocol that protects the transmitted data by encrypting it.
You can upload files on your hosting account using FTP or cPanel File Manager.
A Content Management System is a software that helps to write, edit, organize, and publish content on a website.
Typically, a CMS will provide:
WordPress is a free and open-source content management system written in PHP. It is most associated with blogging but supports other types of web content including mailing lists and forums, media galleries, and online stores. Today it is one of the popular software applications for running websites. It powers about 25% of all websites on the internet.
Currently, we deploy our equipment in TIER III+ data centers located in Dallas, Texas, California, Los Angeles, and the Netherlands, Naaldwijk. Each of them is a reliable and proven platform that provides high-quality service. It includes round-the-clock protection of the territory, a system for the delimitation of physical access, video surveillance and automatic fire extinguishing. The infrastructure of the data center complies with the international security Tier III level.
No, root access is not available on any of our shared hosting plans. If you need root access, we would recommend you purchase a dedicated server.
Yes. We offer Spam Filter to scrub your email every day, remove spam and daily Virus Scan to scan files and links for viruses.
No. We provide full backup on all of the web sites hosted on our servers and can restore them for you any time.
The number of domains or sites that you can host on your hosting depends on the hosting plan you chose. For example, within the Expert plan, you can add an unlimited number of domains and sites.
Yes, all Hostimul shared hosting plans come with free Let's Encrypt certificate. You can install it via the Let's Encrypt tool in your cPanel.
Let's Encrypt is a trusted certificate authority. As long as your site is configured properly and you are using an OS and browser that support SNI, you will see the green padlock and green letters https. By clicking on the padlock you will see the certificate.
This error occurs when you try to view a non-existent page or page with URL changed for some reasons. The address typed incorrectly, also could cause 404 error.
If you remember your old password, click Password & Security in the user menu to navigate to cPanel's Password & Security interface (Home >>Preferences >> Password & Security).
If you forgot your password, your web hosting provider can reset it for you in WHM.
To manage multiple domains with one cPanel account, you can use addon domains.
• Your account must have a main domain.
• You can add more domains with cPanel's Addon Domains interface (Home >>Domains >> Addon Domains).
• Add the domains outside of your public_html directory in order to keep track of them easily.
To perform a complete backup of your website, use the Download or Generate a Full Website Backup feature in cPanel's Backup interface (Home >>Files >> Backup).