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It’s time to change the way you think about domain names.With New Domains, you get to be creative on both sides of the “dot.”
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Why buy domains from us?
When you purchase a domain through us, you will find prices cheaper and better in addition to protecting your domain information for the duration of the service
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Domain management has never looked so good. Now you can do everything from editing DNS records to forwarding in a way that’s not only simple, but beautiful.
When you register your domain with Squarespace, we’ll set up a clean, spam-free parking page until you’re ready to start building your site.
At Squarespace, we believe you should be able to control how much of your personal information is shared online. That’s why we automatically provide WHOIS privacy for eligible domains, free of charge.
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Frequently Asked Questions
To help you make an informed decision, we've compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions relating to the products and services listed on this page.
If you can't find the answer to your question or if you would like more information about it, please feel free to contact us at any time and we'll be happy to help you.
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Login to your account using the link above. Click "DomainCentral." Choose the domains you would like to renew and follow the directions. Domain renewal rates will be available through your control panel.
There are several steps after your domain expires to safeguard you from losing any domains you want to keep.
Approximately 30 days prior to the domain expiration date, we begin sending reminders to you by email to the email address you listed with us. You will receive at least two reminders prior to the expiration date and one reminder within five days after expiration.
If we are unable to secure payment on or before the domain renewal date, your domain name will expire.
As early as one day after expiration, your domain name will be deactivated and replaced with a parking page indicating the domain name has expired, and other services you have associated with the domain name may no longer function.
As early as 30 day after expiration, your domain name may be purchased by a third party. If a third party purchases the domain name during this time, the domain name will not be available for you to renew.
If the domain name has not been renewed by you or purchased by a third party, an expired domain name enters the registry redemption period (as defined by each registry) approximately 45 days following expiration. If a third party purchases the domain name prior to the registry redemption period, the domain name will not enter redemption and will not be available for you to renew. We reserve the right to charge you a redemption fee of $99.95 (in additional to the renewal fee) in the event you are able to renew your domain name during this period.
If the domain name completes the registry redemption period, the registry may hold the domain name for a period of five days before releasing it again for general registration.
A domain name, like www.coolexample.com, is a lot like a street address for a house or business. Let's use the White House as an example. The street address, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, is an exact location — like an IP address. You might not know the exact street address, but when you visit Washington, D.C., you can tell your cabbie that you want to visit the White House and still get there. This is how a domain name is used: It's an easy way to reach the exact location of a website without having to remember its numeric address.A domain name consists of, at least, a top-level and a second-level domain. A top-level domain (TLD) is the part of the domain name located to the right of the dot ("."). The most common TLDs are .com, .net, and .org.
The www before your domain name is a subdomain, not part of the domain name itself. Therefore, if you set up your www CNAME record to point to your primary A record, your site will resolve both at www.coolexample.com and coolexample.com.
If you can reach your website by typing in your domain without the www but cannot reach it when you type the www, then your CNAME might be set up incorrectly. Follow the instructions below to ensure your domain name's settings are correct.
When visitors enter your domain name into a Web browser, the browser request uses your domain name to find the domain name's associated IP address and, therefore, the website. People use domain names instead of IP addresses because it is easier to remember a name rather than a series of numbers.
Your domain name and its associated IP address are stored in a common database along with every other domain and associated IP address that are accessible via the Internet.
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