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.ro €9.90 €9.50 €9.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.com €11.90 €11.90 €12.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.net €14.49 €14.49 €17.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.org €12.90 €13.90 €13.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.biz €19.90 €19.90 €21.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.eu €7.90 €7.90 €7.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.us €8.50 €8.50 €8.50 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.xyz €9.90 €9.90 €9.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.click €9.90 €9.90 €9.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.company €7.50 €7.50 €7.50 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.de €7.50 €7.50 €7.50 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.es €7.50 €7.50 €7.50 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.fr €7.50 €7.50 €7.50 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.in €8.90 €8.90 €8.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.nl €8.50 €8.50 €8.50 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.uk €8.50 €8.50 €8.50 1-10 years 30 days 30 days
.ru €4.90 €4.90 €4.90 1-10 years 30 days 30 days

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Frequently Asked Questions

A web domain is a virtual address. It can be compared to a non-virtual address: the physical address of a person or a company (building, street, city, state, country) is compared to an Internet address in the online environment. Addressing on the Internet is much easier, faster, and often more useful.

A web domain is used to access the hosted content of a website (the textual and graphic information you find when you "visit a website's address").

The services purchased from us are activated immediately after the payment of the invoice is recorded. The automated activation process may be interrupted by certain system errors. If you have not received the activation details immediately after the payment notification, please open a ticket to check and correct any errors for a faster activation.

Once you register a domain name, you own that domain for the specified period of time, but you can sell it or transfer the ownership to someone else.

The good news is that if you want to purchase a new domain name and use it instead, there are no problems. Simply follow the same steps you followed when purchasing the first domain name and indicate the new name on your web server.

However, while it is true that you can change the domain name, it is advisable not to make it a habit. After all, the more you use a domain name, the stronger it becomes. Every time you change it, you lose some of the value you have worked hard to build for the old domain name.

TLD stands for "top-level domain" and refers to the last part of a web address after the final dot. Examples include .com, .gov, and .org. You cannot have a website without a TLD, and each domain name consists of a label (e.g., hostinger) and a TLD (e.g., .ro).

The most important thing about TLDs is that they usually tell you something about the website, except for .com, which originally stood for "commercial" but is now used by almost everyone. Other examples include .org (organization), .edu (education), and .gov (government).

TLDs can be further divided into two additional categories: country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) and generic top-level domains (gTLDs).

In order for a domain to be visible on the internet, it is not enough for it to be reserved as a name; it also needs a place on a server where the website files and other additional services are stored. A domain can indicate to the browser searching for it where it is hosted (on which server, from which location) through the use of nameservers (ns). Each web hosting service provider has its own nameservers that they provide to domain owners so that they can respond on their servers.

A domain name is like your address, and web hosting is similar to the house you live in. If you want to launch a website, you will need both a domain name, which people can use to find you, and web hosting, which stores the actual website.

Domain names and web hosting have a symbiotic relationship, like software and hardware or yin and yang. Although it is technically possible to have one without the other, they work best when they work together, which is why many web hosts offer domain name registration and many registrars offer hosting.

You can separate them, of course, and register a domain name with one company and purchase hosting from another. But usually, it takes more time and costs more, so why bother?

You can set DNS for your server from cPanel (you will need a web hosting package) in the Domains -> Zone Editor -> +A Record section. Here, you need to add the DNS name, for example: play.server.com, and the numeric IP of your server.

Each domain extension has a slightly different meaning, so it's best to choose the most relevant one for your website.

.com domains are commonly used for commercial purposes, such as an online store or business website, although they are increasingly used by default as they imply a certain trust. .net domains were initially used by network companies (such as internet service providers), but they are now multifunctional as well.

.org is still mostly used for what it was originally intended, as a gTLD for charities, communities, and local organizations. .info, on the other hand, targets information-based websites, such as wiki sites and tutorials.

With all these gTLDs, there is a certain amount of room for interpretation. There is no rule saying you must use one type of domain name or another - and no test you have to pass if you want to register them. Think of them as guidelines, not rules - and don't hesitate to register them if they allow you to have the perfect domain name.

Of course! As mentioned earlier, when you register a domain name, it belongs to you - not the company you registered it with.

However, your domain name needs to meet certain requirements. If you want to learn more about transferring a domain, you can open a ticket with the sales department to ask any questions related to domain transfers.

Getting started is easy, and we provide you with all the information you need to help you through the process.

Privacy protection is sometimes referred to as WHOIS protection because it hides certain information about the owner of a domain name that could otherwise be discovered through a WHOIS search.

WHOIS is an international organization that stores and displays data about domain names and their registrants, including when they were registered, when they expire, who registered them, and where the domain names point to.

This means that anyone can enter a domain name into the WHOIS database and retrieve the information. Privacy protection is an optional add-on that allows you to combat this situation if you wish to remain anonymous.

Privacy protection is not for everyone, of course, but if you prefer to replace your name, address, phone number, email address, and company name with a set of generic information that cannot be identified, then it may be for you.