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.
Video: What is DNS?
What is DNS and why is it important for getting your website to function properly? We sat down with Name.com Customer Support Rep Andrew to answer all of our questions.
4 types of DNS records you should know about
DNS records are an essential part of getting websites to operate correctly. They serve as a map that tells the DNS server (or the digital database that lists every website on the internet) which domain every IP address is associated with, and how they should handle the access requests sent to them.
Hosting 101: Pointing a domain to Name.com Hosting
Hosting tends to be one of the bigger, scarier parts of starting a website—but we’ve worked to make it as simple and unintimidating as possible. In this post, we’ll go over one of the most basic parts of setting up hosting: Pointing one or multiple domain names at Name.com hosting.
5 reasons to transfer to Name.com
You have a lot of choices when it comes to who you choose to register domains, host your websites, and bolster your online security with. But if that registrar isn’t us, well, we think you’re missing out. We try to go above and beyond to make your experience with us great by offering free tools, providing you with awesome support, and making transferring domains and services to us virtually painless.
Here’s just few of the perks you’ll get when you transfer to Name.com.