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Our web development services are provided by a professional in-house team who love what they do, resulting in impressive results every time. We build custom websites based on your specific requirements, from small to large web-development jobs. Using our expertise over a range of platforms, we can tailor a custom website based on specific requirements that will continue to serve for years to come.

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A domain name is an identification string that defines a realm of administrative autonomy, authority or control within the Internet. Domain names are formed by the rules and procedures of the Domain Name System (DNS). Any name registered in the DNS is a domain name. Domain names are used in various networking contexts and application-specific naming and addressing purposes. In general, a domain name represents an Internet Protocol (IP) resource, such as a personal computer used to access the Internet, a server computer hosting a web site, or the web site itself or any other service communicated via the Internet. In 2017, 330.6 million domain names had been registered.

The most convenient way to transfer your website's files to your new web hosting account is through FTP. You can connect to your other hosting account and download the files locally. Then you should upload them to your hosting account's main folder (usually public_html, www or httpdocs).

Shared Hosting - Getting Started

We would like to congratulate you on starting your online presence and thank you for choosing Namecheap services for that! Once the order is complete, it may take up to 15 minutes (more, in rare cases) for a hosting account to be activated. Upon activation our system will email Your Hosting Welcome Guide with all login details to your contact email address. Make sure you also check Spam/Junk folders for it. And now you are ready to start! Let’s explore what needs to be done to go live:

1. UPDATING DNS

The first thing to do is to make sure your domain is pointed to our hosting nameservers – to actually tie it up with your future website.

Set the following nameservers on your domain registrar's side:

dns1.namecheaphosting.com and dns2.namecheaphosting.com

If your domain name is registered with us, feel free to refer to this guidelines.

NOTE: When you change nameservers, you domain might still be unavailable for some time. It may take up to 24 hours (more, in rare cases) in order for the local ISPs to update their DNS caches resolving your domain onto the new server. This process is called DNS propagation. Unfortunately, it cannot be influenced or sped up due to its automatic nature.

2. CREATING A WEBSITE

It can happen that you do not have any content for your website, but you are eager to go live.

Well, you’re in luck, it’s never been easier!

cPanel is equipped with the Softaculous auto-installer, a free app that contains up to 200 scripts you can activate for your domain in a few clicks.

WordPress is a great tool to get started. It’s intuitive and infinitely customizable with hundreds of free awesome themes for it - the key points that make this website platform one of the most popular on the market.

Detailed WordPress installation guidelines can be found right here.

3. USING FTP

If you already have a developed website on hand, you can upload it to your hosting account via FTP - File Transfer Protocol.

It can be performed either via an FTP client (FileZilla, CyberDuck, iWeb, etc.) or the File Manager tool in cPanel.

An FTP client is the best option for multiple and frequent file uploads.

FTP client setup articles and uploading guidelines can be found here.

Now it is all set up, and you want to check the look of your website, but DNS propagation still persists on your side? Trick it!

In this article you can find the guidelines on how to check the website during DNS propagation.

5. GETTING YOUR WEBSITE INDEXED IN GOOGLE

Once your website is ready, it’s time to attract the crowd and get it recognized by Google. You can learn how to do it in this article.

More useful articles on the search engine optimization process.

6. ADDING ANOTHER DOMAIN TO YOUR HOSTING ACCOUNT

If you have more than one domain you would like to host and develop a website for, you can also add it to your existing hosting account in a few simple steps!

The guidelines covering the process can be found here.

That's all we would like to share this time! We hope the start of your hosting experience with us has been easy and pleasant.

Need any help? Contact our Helpdesk

Managed WordPress hosting is a concierge service where all technical aspects of running WordPress is managed by the host. This includes security, speed, WordPress updates, daily backups, website uptime, and scalability.

The most convenient way to transfer your website's files to your new web hosting account is through FTP. You can connect to your other hosting account and download the files locally. Then you should upload them to your hosting account's main folder (usually public_html, www or httpdocs).

Shared Hosting - Getting Started

We would like to congratulate you on starting your online presence and thank you for choosing Namecheap services for that! Once the order is complete, it may take up to 15 minutes (more, in rare cases) for a hosting account to be activated. Upon activation our system will email Your Hosting Welcome Guide with all login details to your contact email address. Make sure you also check Spam/Junk folders for it. And now you are ready to start! Let’s explore what needs to be done to go live:

1. UPDATING DNS

The first thing to do is to make sure your domain is pointed to our hosting nameservers – to actually tie it up with your future website.

Set the following nameservers on your domain registrar's side:

dns1.namecheaphosting.com and dns2.namecheaphosting.com

If your domain name is registered with us, feel free to refer to this guidelines.

NOTE: When you change nameservers, you domain might still be unavailable for some time. It may take up to 24 hours (more, in rare cases) in order for the local ISPs to update their DNS caches resolving your domain onto the new server. This process is called DNS propagation. Unfortunately, it cannot be influenced or sped up due to its automatic nature.

2. CREATING A WEBSITE

It can happen that you do not have any content for your website, but you are eager to go live.

Well, you’re in luck, it’s never been easier!

cPanel is equipped with the Softaculous auto-installer, a free app that contains up to 200 scripts you can activate for your domain in a few clicks.

WordPress is a great tool to get started. It’s intuitive and infinitely customizable with hundreds of free awesome themes for it - the key points that make this website platform one of the most popular on the market.

Detailed WordPress installation guidelines can be found right here.

3. USING FTP

If you already have a developed website on hand, you can upload it to your hosting account via FTP - File Transfer Protocol.

It can be performed either via an FTP client (FileZilla, CyberDuck, iWeb, etc.) or the File Manager tool in cPanel.

An FTP client is the best option for multiple and frequent file uploads.

FTP client setup articles and uploading guidelines can be found here.

Now it is all set up, and you want to check the look of your website, but DNS propagation still persists on your side? Trick it!

In this article you can find the guidelines on how to check the website during DNS propagation.

5. GETTING YOUR WEBSITE INDEXED IN GOOGLE

Once your website is ready, it’s time to attract the crowd and get it recognized by Google. You can learn how to do it in this article.

More useful articles on the search engine optimization process.

6. ADDING ANOTHER DOMAIN TO YOUR HOSTING ACCOUNT

If you have more than one domain you would like to host and develop a website for, you can also add it to your existing hosting account in a few simple steps!

The guidelines covering the process can be found here.

That's all we would like to share this time! We hope the start of your hosting experience with us has been easy and pleasant.

Need any help? Contact our Helpdesk

A virtual private server (VPS) is a virtual machine sold as a service by an Internet hosting service. A VPS runs its own copy of an operating system (OS), and customers may have superuser-level access to that operating system instance, so they can install almost any software that runs on that OS.

The most convenient way to transfer your website's files to your new web hosting account is through FTP. You can connect to your other hosting account and download the files locally. Then you should upload them to your hosting account's main folder (usually public_html, www or httpdocs).

Shared Hosting - Getting Started

We would like to congratulate you on starting your online presence and thank you for choosing Namecheap services for that! Once the order is complete, it may take up to 15 minutes (more, in rare cases) for a hosting account to be activated. Upon activation our system will email Your Hosting Welcome Guide with all login details to your contact email address. Make sure you also check Spam/Junk folders for it. And now you are ready to start! Let’s explore what needs to be done to go live:

1. UPDATING DNS

The first thing to do is to make sure your domain is pointed to our hosting nameservers – to actually tie it up with your future website.

Set the following nameservers on your domain registrar's side:

dns1.namecheaphosting.com and dns2.namecheaphosting.com

If your domain name is registered with us, feel free to refer to this guidelines.

NOTE: When you change nameservers, you domain might still be unavailable for some time. It may take up to 24 hours (more, in rare cases) in order for the local ISPs to update their DNS caches resolving your domain onto the new server. This process is called DNS propagation. Unfortunately, it cannot be influenced or sped up due to its automatic nature.

2. CREATING A WEBSITE

It can happen that you do not have any content for your website, but you are eager to go live.

Well, you’re in luck, it’s never been easier!

cPanel is equipped with the Softaculous auto-installer, a free app that contains up to 200 scripts you can activate for your domain in a few clicks.

WordPress is a great tool to get started. It’s intuitive and infinitely customizable with hundreds of free awesome themes for it - the key points that make this website platform one of the most popular on the market.

Detailed WordPress installation guidelines can be found right here.

3. USING FTP

If you already have a developed website on hand, you can upload it to your hosting account via FTP - File Transfer Protocol.

It can be performed either via an FTP client (FileZilla, CyberDuck, iWeb, etc.) or the File Manager tool in cPanel.

An FTP client is the best option for multiple and frequent file uploads.

FTP client setup articles and uploading guidelines can be found here.

Now it is all set up, and you want to check the look of your website, but DNS propagation still persists on your side? Trick it!

In this article you can find the guidelines on how to check the website during DNS propagation.

5. GETTING YOUR WEBSITE INDEXED IN GOOGLE

Once your website is ready, it’s time to attract the crowd and get it recognized by Google. You can learn how to do it in this article.

More useful articles on the search engine optimization process.

6. ADDING ANOTHER DOMAIN TO YOUR HOSTING ACCOUNT

If you have more than one domain you would like to host and develop a website for, you can also add it to your existing hosting account in a few simple steps!

The guidelines covering the process can be found here.

That's all we would like to share this time! We hope the start of your hosting experience with us has been easy and pleasant.

Need any help? Contact our Helpdesk

A domain name is an identification string that defines a realm of administrative autonomy, authority or control within the Internet. Domain names are formed by the rules and procedures of the Domain Name System (DNS). Any name registered in the DNS is a domain name. Domain names are used in various networking contexts and application-specific naming and addressing purposes. In general, a domain name represents an Internet Protocol (IP) resource, such as a personal computer used to access the Internet, a server computer hosting a web site, or the web site itself or any other service communicated via the Internet. In 2017, 330.6 million domain names had been registered

The most convenient way to transfer your website's files to your new web hosting account is through FTP. You can connect to your other hosting account and download the files locally. Then you should upload them to your hosting account's main folder (usually public_html, www or httpdocs).

Shared Hosting - Getting Started

We would like to congratulate you on starting your online presence and thank you for choosing Namecheap services for that! Once the order is complete, it may take up to 15 minutes (more, in rare cases) for a hosting account to be activated. Upon activation our system will email Your Hosting Welcome Guide with all login details to your contact email address. Make sure you also check Spam/Junk folders for it. And now you are ready to start! Let’s explore what needs to be done to go live:

1. UPDATING DNS

The first thing to do is to make sure your domain is pointed to our hosting nameservers – to actually tie it up with your future website.

Set the following nameservers on your domain registrar's side:

dns1.namecheaphosting.com and dns2.namecheaphosting.com

If your domain name is registered with us, feel free to refer to this guidelines.

NOTE: When you change nameservers, you domain might still be unavailable for some time. It may take up to 24 hours (more, in rare cases) in order for the local ISPs to update their DNS caches resolving your domain onto the new server. This process is called DNS propagation. Unfortunately, it cannot be influenced or sped up due to its automatic nature.

2. CREATING A WEBSITE

It can happen that you do not have any content for your website, but you are eager to go live.

Well, you’re in luck, it’s never been easier!

cPanel is equipped with the Softaculous auto-installer, a free app that contains up to 200 scripts you can activate for your domain in a few clicks.

WordPress is a great tool to get started. It’s intuitive and infinitely customizable with hundreds of free awesome themes for it - the key points that make this website platform one of the most popular on the market.

Detailed WordPress installation guidelines can be found right here.

3. USING FTP

If you already have a developed website on hand, you can upload it to your hosting account via FTP - File Transfer Protocol.

It can be performed either via an FTP client (FileZilla, CyberDuck, iWeb, etc.) or the File Manager tool in cPanel.

An FTP client is the best option for multiple and frequent file uploads.

FTP client setup articles and uploading guidelines can be found here.

Now it is all set up, and you want to check the look of your website, but DNS propagation still persists on your side? Trick it!

In this article you can find the guidelines on how to check the website during DNS propagation.

5. GETTING YOUR WEBSITE INDEXED IN GOOGLE

Once your website is ready, it’s time to attract the crowd and get it recognized by Google. You can learn how to do it in this article.

More useful articles on the search engine optimization process.

6. ADDING ANOTHER DOMAIN TO YOUR HOSTING ACCOUNT

If you have more than one domain you would like to host and develop a website for, you can also add it to your existing hosting account in a few simple steps!

The guidelines covering the process can be found here.

That's all we would like to share this time! We hope the start of your hosting experience with us has been easy and pleasant.

Need any help? Contact our Helpdesk

Testimonials

We have been dealing with Jaco Bruwer at Hostcart for the past few months.

We are quite impressed with their response times, and the their quick turn-around times.

We would recommend their services to prospective clients for new, and modernisation projects.



Eva De Waal, Business Plan Creators

I want to commend you for your efforts on the “Cajees Timezone” website. Ms and I noticed and appreciated your attention to detail and relentless determination to release a quality product on time.

We are proud to have you as part of our team and look forward to your future contributions. My special thanks to you and your team for the wonderful job you did. We were delighted with the presentation and especially appreciated your suggested modifications. The extra time and effort you put in were certainly worthwhile. It is a joy for us to work with such dedicated and talented colleagues.

Aziza Cajee (Director), Muhammed Saleh (Sales Director) Cajees Timezone

Throughout the entire process, Hostcart demonstrated high professionalism, subject matter expertise and exceeded our expectations in every way.






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