Hosting provides individuals or organizations with the systems to store information, images, video, or other content accessible to users of the Web.
When you set up your hosting account, we’ll let you know if your domain name’s DNS settings do not point to it. This means the content you uploaded will not display until you update your domain name’s DNS settings.
If you don’t want your new site to start displaying for everyone, [...]
Our Getting Started Guide shows you what to do with your new hosting account.
After you purchase your hosting account, you need to set it up before you can use it to host your website.
If you cannot connect to your hosting account using FTP, you might need to change your password.
If you need a database, go ahead and set one up!
You can create subdomains for your hosting account, like blog. or shop. for your domain name.
After creating your website, you need to upload it to your hosting account for everyone on the Internet to view it.
If you want to limit someone’s access to your hosting account, but still want them to have FTP access, set them up as an FTP user.
You can manage the domain names on your hosting account in the Hosting Control Center.