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Does Websitehostingcentral handle domain registration?

Yes, all of the registration for your unique domain name is handled automatically when you apply for an account. Web sitehostingcentral will file all of the necessary forms to register your domain name with the internic, so you dont have to.

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Can I check domain name availability?

Yes, you can check a domain name availability through our site.

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Can I transfer an existing domain name to Web sitehostingcentral?

If you place an order online or you call us at 888-WWW-SPACE, make sure to tell us that you are transfering an existing domain name. During the time it takes for the Internic to move the domain name, Web sitehostingcentral will provide you with a temporary address to use (an example would look like http://165.254.118.51/yourcompanyname). You can use this time to copy all of the material from your old site into your new Web sitehostingcentral location. Once the transfer is completed, it will take at least 2 days for the new domain name to propigate through the internet, and for the change to take effect. You will need to contact the old host and tell them to remove your name from their site. You will only be able to access your domain name when they remove your entry from their computer system.

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When will I be able to reach my site using the domain name?

It will take up to a week before your domain is activated once InterNIC announces that your domain name has been registered. All Internet providers must update their records (DNS tables) to reflect new site locations. This is called propagation. Total turnaround on a new domain name is typically 3-5 business days. Please note that domain transfers usually take longer than registering a new domain. This is due to the fact that the current administrative or technical contact for the domain must acknowledge the transfer request. Delays can also occur when your current provider does not approve the transfer request from InterNIC.

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Do I own my domain name?

Yes, you own your own domain name. Web sitehostingcentral registers your domain name with the Internic and you are listed inside their system as the billing contact for their yearly $35 fee. Web sitehostingcentral is listed as the technical contact and administrative contact.

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How long does it take for a new Domain Name to register or move?

The Internic usually takes anywhere between 2-3 days to complete the registration process for a domain name. It can take an additional 2 weeks for users around the Internet to see the domain name, since it takes time for all the systems around the world to list your name in their routing tables. In the meantime, Web sitehostingcentral will provide you with an IP address so you can get to your site and begin to build it in time for when the domain name registration is completed.

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Are there any restricted characters that I can't use in my domain name?

You can have a domain name that only consists of letters, numbers, and dashes. Underscores and other characters such as $, %, &, #, @, *, ), !, etc. are not allowed. Your domain name can be up to 22 characters long.

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What extension are available for my Domain Name?

You can have any of the following extensions for a domain name:

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What do I do to register my domain name?

Once you register with Web sitehostingcentral for an account, Web sitehostingcentral will fill out all of the necessary Internic forms for registering your domain name.

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Can I register more than one domain name and have it display the same html file?

Yes. Web sitehostingcentral can register as many domains as you like and each one can point to the same html document. You cannot point different domain names to different documents in the same account, you must first set up another account if you want to create another website.

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Can I change my domain name?

Currently, the Internic does not provide for the name change of a domain name, therefore, you will need to register a new name.

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