Find out more about parked domains - what they are and in what occasions it's good to have your domains parked.
A parked domain address is one which is taken, however it's not linked to some other service - web or e-mail hosting. Essentially, this type of domain name will not load any actual content in case you type it in an Internet browser, but no one can take it as you have already registered it and you are its owner. The best thing about getting a domain and parking it afterwards is the fact that you’ll be able to keep it and not stress that someone else might register it in the meantime if, for example, the website for it is not ready yet. You could create a short-term Under Construction website page for a parked domain name while you're working on the website, or forward it to some other web address - temporarily or permanently. The latter option can be used if you have already registered domain.com, for instance, and you get domain.net and domain.org, in order to protect a brand name or a trademark. In this case, the .net and .org domains can be parked and forwarded to the .com because you do not need individual sites for them.
Parked Domains in Semi-dedicated Servers
Through our semi-dedicated server
you are going to be able to park an unrestricted number of the domain addresses that you have registered through us at no extra cost. We provide you with a variety of parking templates to choose from plus the option to upload your own text to any of them. If you want to redirect your domain name, it takes as little as a couple of clicks to do it. We have a feature-rich Domain Manager tool which you could access through your Hepsia hosting Control Panel and it will permit you to park and un-park domains with ease or filter all registered domains by their status and see just the parked or just the hosted ones. Un-parking a domain name takes only a click and you will not have to do anything manually after that, since our system will automatically create all the necessary records, modify the domain address servers and set up a domain folder within the File Manager section.