WebNameHost--The Big FAQ

This searchable FAQ has a large number of questions and answers on domains, hosting, web sites, eMail and related topics. This material has been collected through many years of web experience. Some are common questions appearing in a similar form on many host sites. Many are unique to this database. Use the Contact Page to advise of corrections, additional questions or answers we have missed.

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Q. Do I have access to the clients' DNS records to edit them directly?

A. No by default. However, if you need this and are a long time reseller, we can enable this functionality.

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Q. How do I change the DNS or Contact Information for my domain name?

A. You may change the DNS information for your domain name by accessing the Domain Admin Panel at your registrar (probably one of our sister companies).

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Q. What is DNS?

A. DNS stands for Domain Name Service. Each domain is assigned a unique numeric address and DNS servers takes care of locating and routing information to the domains so that the world can find you. If you already have a website or have found an site to host your website, you should use your host's DNS servers when registering your domain name. If you host with us, your nameservers are in the welcome message, and if you buy both the domain and the hosting from us, we will enter them for you.

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