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. Once I have a domain name secured, how long may I use it?

A. If there are no trademark disputes, your domain name will be yours for as long as you maintain the yearly registration fees. The longest you can have it reserved at any one time is ten years out.

Category: Domains Secondary Category: Term

Q. One of my clients asked me about SSL (Secure Certificate). How can I do that?

A. First your client needs a Unique IP Address. You may buy this from us and we will put it on your client's account, Then he/she needs a Secure Certificate. There are many secure certificate providers. You need to create a CSR key for the client that you provide to the certificate retailer at purchase time. Create it using your reseller control panel. After purchase, the certificate retailer will provide a Secure Key to you or your customer and then you may install it on his/her account. Following this, anyone can access to the site using https://

Category: Reseller Secondary Category: SSL

Notes: There is different between SSL for domain.com and, say, for www.domain.com, For better service and support create a subdomain for the user and order the SSL for that specific subdomain. Usually "secure" is a good idea. So the secure site would be https://secure.domain.com. If all this is too much for you to handle, contact us and we will do the work for a reasonable fee plus certificate costs.    Contact us

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