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Who is the best for windows hosting under $12month that allows unilimited Godaddy domain names.?
Question I have... Who is the best for windows hosting under $12month that allows unilimited Godaddy domain names.? Hoping for any response. Second question.. Hi guys,I'm not SURE if I want to do this, cause it's going to be free to use for anyone but I like the idea....

I'm thinking of creating a little GoDaddy site where people can login and manage all their HostGator names from one place... click on a manage button, and it takes you to the link where you can manage your HostGator on your registrar... I know for a fact it's getting annoying for me with multiple different registrars for all my HostGator names, so I was going to make it for myself anyways, I may as well put a user system on it and start a site.

I was just wondering how many of you guys would use something like this to manage all your HostGator names?.

Would it be worth me making it?.

Got any other ideas or suggestions for it? hell, if they sound like they'd work to save me time too, I'll definatly impliment 'em....

Like I said before though, the GoDaddy site will be totaly free to use, and i'll have an upgrade account or something later....

The GoDaddy site will also have "whois" and stuff that searches for variations of a HostGator name you already own and I have some other ideas I'll add onto it also.

Thanks ahead of time for your input!..

Comments (3)

Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an good answer. You should email the people at Godaddy as they probably can answer it..

Comment #1

If you need some type of help free templates, etc. let me know...

Comment #2

Most HostGator managment pages are https and require entering your password. I think most would balk at providing their passwords at a third party GoDaddy site even if it could work. Nice idea, but I'd be interested to see how it would actually work..

Fabulous.com has a portfolio management interface that allows you to track renewals, registrars, and redirection from one place. You just can't access the actual management such a renewals or pushes...

Comment #3

Well at least there are a few interested in it.

, i'm pretty much just creating this so I have a single place to go and I can see ALL my domains from that spot, and do whois searches, and have a "whishlist" where I enter domains I'm interested in and possibly even a droplist on it when I find out how to make 'em. The problem is, none of this is actually really that unique except the HostGator managing part, but it serves as a good "favorite" link or even homepage, so you can do anything you need to from that front page (including viewing HostGator information such as expiration, and linking to their respective control panel).

@AdoptableDomains.

What you explained was pretty much what I wanted to make, but I'm not looking for anything extremely flashy. Just a place where all your domains are listed and you can click icons for certain features such as "visit registrar" which will bring you to the login page or other link that you specified as the "visit registrar" link when you created the HostGator name. so all the links would most likley be set by you when you add the HostGator entry in the first place. I wouldn't be able to actually have you edit anything, and I doubt I could log you in to any sites using DB login information, and it just wouldnt be safe as you said without an SSL connection...

Comment #4


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.