Domain Registration Hosting Features
Freeservers offers a number of services related to the domain name of your website. A domain name is the unique address that identifies your page and allows computers to access it. If you do not yet have a domain name registered, Freeservers can do it for you as a part of your web hosting package; there's no need to go through the hassle and expense of dealing with a domain name registrar. With Freeservers, you can do it all in one place and enjoy the benefits of our Domain Manager features. All of our packages provide domain registration hosting services to help you manage your domain(s).
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Not sure what some of these terms mean or what some of these features can do for your website? Here are additional details about each of the features in the chart.
Virtual DomainsWith virtual domains, you can add more domains to your web site by specifying a different directory structure for each additional domain. Using virtual domains in this way allows you to create a site within a site. You can add registered domains such as primarydomain.com or sub-domains off your primary domain such as subdomain.primarydomain.com. Though virtual domains are technically directories within your primary domain's site, their URLs will appear as the virtual domains. .
Default PageCreating a default page is an alternative to using a virtual domain. Default pages are domains redirected to HTML pages within the directory structure of the primary domain.
Sub-domainsA sub-domain is a subordinate part of a larger domain. Once you have a registered domain for your website, you can create sub-domains as parts of your registered domain. Using sub-domains will create additional pages and addresses for your website. A sub-domain's URL looks something like: