How to add new existing domain in DirectAdmin

Adding new Domain to Linux Shared Hosting Account A. Domain registration 1)  Make sure you have a registered domain before you proceed this steps, get it here   B. Setup additional domain in Directadmin 1) Login DirectAdmin → Domain Setup 2)  Click On Add Another Domain   3)  Fill in the new domain name you

How to change an existing domain name in DirectAdmin

1. To change domain name to a new domain name in DirectAdmin control panel, first log into user’s DirectAdmin control panel.   2. There are two ways to access the page for domain name configurations. You can click on Domain Administration   OR Click on Domain Setup     3. Either method will bring you

How To Unlock Your Domain From

If you have a domain with that you want to transfer, you will first need to unlock the domain to allow for a domain transfer. To unlock your domain: Log in to your account. Click on the MY DOMAINS button, located on the top right-hand corner. Click the Padlock icon to Lock or

How To Disable Whois Privacy From

The Whois Privacy is a service provided by the registrar which is important to protect your identity, block the unwanted personal (maybe we can call as spam) and avoid unwanted offers. To disable the Whois Privacy, here are the simple steps you need to follow: 1. Log on o to, go to Account. 2.

Website is not Accessible: Troubleshooting

Unable to browse to your domain/website? You start up your computer where everything seems to be fine. You open a web browser and try to access your domain (website), and you find that it’s not accessible or with the error ‘Page Not Found’. Follow steps below to check on the issue.   How to Troubleshoot

What is Sender Policy Framework?

Sender Policy Framework, also abbreviated as SPF. SPF is a framework designed to prevent email phishing/forgery. With SPF, if a spammer attempts to send emails with a faked “from” address, the message will be rejected by mail servers that uses SPF verification. An SPF record is a single TXT entry in the DNS for each