How to transfer your domain with no downtime
A brand new feature rolled out on Name.com this month! One that will help you keep your websites running with minimal downtime and interruptions, and makes transferring a domain dead simple.
Now when you transfer a domain to Name.com, you can automatically import your DNS records, saving you valuable time during the transfer process and making it easier than ever to manage your domains.
But the real benefit comes from a seamless transfer from your old boring domain registrar with virtually no downtime of your website. Here’s how domain transfers now work.
How to set up a sub account for your clients’ domains
If you’re a web developer with a number of clients, it’s not always easy to give them access to certain parts of their website while still having the ability to make necessary updates yourself. Name.com allows users to create sub accounts as an easy solution to this issue.
4 tips for hands-off domain management
If you’re like us, you’re never exactly thrilled to spend your valuable time renewing domains, updating settings, and figuring out when your next expiration date will be. However, there are a few Name.com account settings that can make your domain management more of a pain-free process.
Forgot your username? Here’s how to regain access to your account
With so many different usernames and passwords to remember (all with different limitations and restrictions) it’s not all that uncommon to forget which combination goes with each website. So if you ever forget you Name.com username, rest assured that you can still regain access to your account by following a few simple steps.
Understanding your domain’s default account contacts
It takes the power of many to run a successful business, and the same idea often applies to your domain and website. While managing a domain name, up to four individuals can be assigned to handle different tasks, allowing access to multiple parties while keeping your account secure. In this post, we’ll go over a domain’s default account contacts and what each role entails.