Temporary Index Page

 

You will be able to access your Web site right after you register your account. To do this, you will have to use an instant domain alias. Instant Domain Alias is an additional web address which lets you access your site during the first several hours after the domain name registration, the time when the site is yet unavailable at the newly registered domain. Over the next few days DNS servers all across the Internet will update themselves with your new site name. Once that happens, you will be able to access your site at the domain you have registered.

The moment your account is registered, a temporary index page is added to your site's directory.

It will be there until you upload your site and replace it with your own index page (for example, yoursite/index.html). Meanwhile, from this temporary page you can:

  • Administer your account. Enter your control panel login and password into Log into your Control Panel. This login and password are e-mailed to you at the address you specified at signup. Use the Control Panel to view your bills, change your contact/billing information, change passwords, get more disk space, report problems to the technical support staff and more.
  • Create a web site in a matter of minutes right from your browser. Use the option Launch Site Builder. Initially, the password to log into the site builder is the same as that for the control panel.
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