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 Does ProHostGold host foreign domains?

Absolutely. ProHostGold currently hosts over 53 different domain name extensions. However, it is...

 How do I create a parked domain?

Login to cPanel. Locate and click on the "Parked Domains" icon in the "Domains" category....

 How do I create a redirect?

Login to cPanel. Locate and click on the "Redirects" icon under the "Domains" category....

 How do I create a subdomain?

Login to cPanel. Locate and click on the "Subdomains" icon under the "Domains" category....

 How do I create an addon domain?

Login to cPanel. Locate and click on the "Addon Domains" icon under the "Domains" category....

 How do I purchase a virtual domain name from ProHostGold?

To register a new domain name, simply visit the main page of ProHostGold and enter the name you...

 How long do domains take to propagate?

Domains usually take anywhere from 15 minutes to 3 hours to propagate, although this process may...

 What happens when a domain expires?

After a domain expires, it will be available for registration by anybody. It is recommended to...

 What is EPP Code and where can I find it?

The EPP key (Authorization code) is one of the safeguards against unauthorized transfers of...

 What is a Top-Level-Domain (TLD)?

TLD stands for Top Level Domain. This includes any domain names which suffix is .com, .net, .org,...

 What is a domain?

A domain is a human-readable name assigned to an IP address to make accessing websites much...

 What is a parked domain?

A parked domain is a domain that simply redirects users to a different domain. For instance, if...

 What is a redirect?

A domain redirect is an instance where a visitor is redirected to a different page when they try...

 What is a subdomain?

A subdomain is a subsection of a main domain, in this format: subdomain.maindomain.com...

 What is an addon domain?

An addon domain is a domain that can be added to an existing hosting account and exist as its own...

 Will I be able to access my domain name with or without the www?

Yes, all clients can access their website with and without the ";www". In other words, you can...