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There are 2 entities you need in order to launch a web page. The first one is a domain name that will display your web site when you write it in a browser, and the other one is a hosting account, which is principally the disk storage space on a server where the web page files will be placed, plus a few more features that it is offering. The domain name and the web hosting plan are two related, yet separate services, and you require both of them so as to have a functioning web site.
What is a Domain Name?
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A domain is the alpha-numeric name that you will pick to be the address for the site: my-best-domain.com, for example. A domain can be up to 64 symbols long and it contains 2 pieces – a Top-Level Domain (TLD) and a Second-Level Domain (SLD). In the abovementioned example, my-best-domain is the Second-Level Domain, and .com is the Top-Level Domain. While you can select the SLD of the domain name to be anything that is available for registration, there is a fixed number of Top-Level Domains to choose from. The Top-Level Domains can be generic (gTLDs) or country-code (ccTLDs), and can be registered for a fixed interval of time between one and ten years. They may involve additional requirements with respect to the registrant.
Domain Hosting Services
As the domain name is just a name and nothing more than that, you need a web hosting account where you have to host it. Thus, when you write it in a browser, it will open the site files that you have in the account, in other words it will display your web site. You can have a domain name registered with a specific provider and receive the hosting service from another, although lots of web hosting companies offer both services and it is more time-saving to manage everything from a single web hosting CP user interface. Either way, because the domain registration and the website hosting account are separate services, you have to point the domain to the server where it will be added as hosted. To do that, you have to modify a certain setting, or record, of the domain - the commonly named name server records. Each web hosting provider has at least 2 name servers - ns1.tgogmhosting.com and ns2.tgogmhosting.com, for instance. The website hosting CP that you utilize for your domain offers you the opportunity to change the nameservers and point the domain name to one web hosting firm or another.
The Demand for Stable web hosting Services
The moment the domain name is pointed to a particular domain hosting distributor and is added to their hosting servers, you will get various services. The most vital one is that the web site files that you have on the web hosting server will now be accessible when you type your domain in a browser. You will also be able to establish mail address accounts such as firstname.lastname@example.org and utilize webmail or an email client to administer them. Whether you own a personal or a corporate site, being online and being permitted to use mails with your domain are the two most pivotal things that you get with a hosting plan. In case you have a corporate web site – it will identify your business before your visitors or customers. This is why you demand a trustworthy hosting corporation that will offer a dependable and stable web hosting service.
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Extra online services that you obtain by hosting a domain with us include: FTP access to upload and download files easily, domain name forwarding, e-mail auto-responders and mailing lists, and the possibility to create and configure specific domain name records from your Hepsia web hosting CP.
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