I registered a domain with domain.com. I paid and I was give access to my cpanel. After about one week, i registered another one and paid for hosting. They said the two domains will be under one cpanel. Just yesterday, I asked them that I want the two domains to have separate cpanel because my client who owns one of the domains is asking for the details of the cpanel of his website. Domain.com told me that I will have to sign up for a new account. I asked how? They said I will have to pay for another hosting and a separate cpanel will be given to me for the other account.
pls is this how hosting companies operate. I have been using siteground.com, and I never experienced something like this. I just said let me try out this domain.com guys despite all the negative experiences I read about them on different fora.
Agree with @TheDoc.
> but I’m sure different companies have different policies.
I’d like a list of reliable hosts that conduct business this way. I’ve never heard of anything like it.
Registering domains do not automatically give you hosting access in most cases (unless specified otherwise). This seems to be an honest mistake on your part.
Solution: Purchase a hosting account for your client (as you should have done initially) and send them their credentials.
@Chrisburton, I registered and paid for the hosting. As I speak to you now, the two domains are online. I paid for one year hosting each. Why will i be made to pay another one year to have a separate cpanel for the other domain? This is strange. I never experienced this with Siteground.
Are you confused or is it me?
What do you mean by you “registered” for the hosting? There’s a difference between registering a domain and purchasing a hosting plan.
For what you’re trying to do, you need to purchase 2 separate hosting accounts which should give you access to a CPanel for each account. Are they only providing one?
It seems from your initial post that you paid for a domain and hosting account and then registered an additional domain that links to your account rather than purchasing a new plan.
No one is trying to make fun of you. It wasn’t completely clear from your previous comments if you meant if you had purchased separate hosting plans or not (in fact, I’m not sure it is clear even now – as @chrisburton explained, *domain registration* and *web hosting* are different transactions. To expand on that,
> I registered for two domains and paid for their hosting plans.
A hosting plan does *not*, by definition*, belong to a domain name; it is associated with a server (or space on a shared server). One or more domain names may be registered (through the same company that provides your hosting, or a different company) and point to that (or another) web host.
**of course, some companies may offer deals that include both.*
Are you saying that you paid for two domain registrations *and* two web hosting accounts? If so, then you should now have two accounts, and pointing one of the domain names at the other hosting account would be a simple matter.
As a side note,
> I just said let me try out this domain.com guys despite all the negative experiences I read about them on different fora.
Why would you decide to use a service based on an abundance of bad reviews?
> … then you should now have two accounts, and pointing one of the domain names at the other hosting account would be a simple matter.
My understanding is that he needs two separate cpanel’s. @codegraphics No? That he paid for domain1/hosting1 and domain2/hosting2 all under one cpanel. Now he wants domain2/hosting2 to have separate cpanel so that client can manage it.
Ask them to create new account and transfer domain2/hosting2. (Since you’re using the same company, I don’t see how this would be a problem, just call/email them explaining your situation)
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