How to Register a Domain Name From Client Area

Last Updated on June 26, 2021 by Steve

This article will explain you how to register a new domain name from your client area. To Register a domain name, you first need to login to your client area. If you do not know how to log in then follow these instructions.

Step 1: On the Menu bar, click on the Domains -> Register a New Domain option

Step 2: You will see register domain page. In the blank text box, enter the domain name you would like to register

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Step 3: The domain checker will let you know if the domain is available. Suggested domain names will also let you know of other similar domain  names that are available. Click to add to cart

Step 4: In the next screen, you will see Domain Configuration options. If you wish to use any custom nameservers, then enter them in given text boxes. By default, our nameservers are filled in the text boxes. DNS Management, ID Protection and Email Forwarding options can be selected. You can also add hosting for the domain name if desired. Click continue when ready

Step 5: Review your order and when ready click checkout button

Step 6: You will see Review & Checkout page. Scroll down and choose your payment method. Add any additional information that you wish to include with your order

Step 7: Click on Complete Order button at the bottom of the page

Step 8: Congratulations, the domain name order process is now complete!

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