Go to website
For transferring, managing and renewing domains.
What are Snappyhosts Name Servers?
Your DNS (Domain name servers) are a fundamental part of the Domain Name System. A Nameserver is a server specialised in handling queries regarding the location of the domain name’s services. In other words, name servers define your domain’s current provider. To have your domain controlled from our side you would point it towards the following name-servers: ns1.snappyhost.co.uk ns2.snappyhost.co.uk ns3.snappyhost.co.uk ns4.snappyhost.co.uk
How to add a new website as an Addon domain
There are a number of ways to add a new domain or site to your account. This guide covers how to add an Addon domain. cPanel > DOMAINS > Addon Domain If you'd like to add a new domain, on which you'd like to run a new website you'll need to add it as an Addon domain. Addon domains count towards your number of unique websites. Addon domains can have their own unique email acco
How to add a new website as a Subdomain
There are a number of ways to add a new domain or site to your account. This guide covers how to add a Subdomain: cPanel > DOMAINS > Subdomains If you'd like to run an additional website using an existing domain you'll need to add it as a Subdomain. For example you may run a chain of restaurants and branches in different cites. Your main site is www.restaurant.co.uk and you'd also like cityone.restaurant.co.uk and citytwo.restaurant.co.uk you would add cityone and citytwo as Sub
What is a domain name?
A domain name is exactly what is says on the tin. It is a name - a reference. Nothing more, nothing less. It's a bit like registering a trademark. The trademark has a registered owner. By looking up the trademark at the patent office you can find out the address of the company who owns it. In the same way, computers interrogate the DNS (Domain Name System) to determine the Internet (IP) Addresses associated with the domain. Clearly, if you sold the company name to someone, that doesn't necessa
Domain ownership verification
On January 1st 2014 ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) changed the RAA (Registrar Accreditation Agreement). The revised RAA has vastly tightened up the responsibilities of domain registrars and registrants alike in a bid to rid the internet of orphaned and lost domains (i.e. domain's for which the registrant's contact information is not available or invalid). This also helps avoid disputes over ownership. All domain names must have accurate contact information associate