Domain Manager Home Page
The Domain Manager is where you can view the current status and settings for all of your domains as well as initiating modifications.
Take the Domain Manager for a test drive
Get more information on using the embedded search features
We make both a simple search and an advanced search available for you to locate your domains. The simple search is a keyword search that appears by default when you load the domain manager. You can enter any part of your domain name or first 2
name servers, press the "Search" button, and then any matching results will be displayed. You can reset your keyword search by clearing the search field and pressing the "Search" button.
The advanced search options can be accessed by clicking on the "Use Advanced Search" link underneath the keyword search field. Clicking that link will expand the advanced search options. Keep in mind that any criteria you select you use "and" logic meaning that the results will comply with all of your search criteria.
Actions for Selected Domains
The icons within the "actions" bar represent the different management options for your domains. The icons will be disabled until you select one or more domains. You can modify multiple domains at a time by clicking the checkbox next to all of the domains you would like to manage and then clicking the appropriate action icon.
The domain grid will by default contain all of your presently active domains. The list of domains will be updated based upon any of the search criteria you selected. Within the domain grid are the following headers:
Certain column headers (Domain, Portfolio, Created and Expiration) are sortable. To sort by one of those columns, simply click the blue column header. You can reverse the sorting by clicking the column header a second time.
Certain requested changes can take a few minutes to complete processing. During this time, we do not allow other changes to be requested. If you see that the status of one or more of your domains is "Processing", wait 30-60 seconds and refresh the domain manager and the domain should return to an "Active" status.