Frequently Asked Questions?
A domain name is a memorable phrase used to access your website, often “yourbusinessname.com”. Every computer connected to the Internet has a long string of unique numbers used to identify itself called an “IP address”. Without a domain name, you would need to remember the IP address in order to view a website. Domain names are purchased using a “registrar” which acts like a phonebook. When someone types in your domain name, behind the scenes your registrar will look up your domain for them and return your IP address back. Their computer will then know where to find your website.
Web hosting refers to the server which responds to requests to view your website. It’s simply another computer connected to the Internet for the sole purpose of transmitting your website to users. Any time you visit a website, there is another computer somewhere in the world you connect to in order to view it.
Yes. This is what makes your website accessible through the Internet.
Yes we do Offer Web Hosting Services to Clients and they are purchased on a yearly basis . Once you acquire one of our Plans , we instantly setup and take care of everything for you. View Packages
A Top-level Domain (TLD) is the part of a domain name to the right of the dot (e.g., the “com” in example.com). TLDs are part of the text-based interface assigned to numerical IP addresses that allows humans to more easily navigate the web without having to memorize long strings of numbers.
There are currently two types of TLDs. Generic domain names (gTLDs) and Country code domains names (ccTLDs). gTLDs are the largest group of domains and account for most of the newly available domains, whereas ccTLDs are generally assigned to specific geographic locations (for example, .uk, .de, and .ca)
Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs) enable people around the world to use domain names in local languages and scripts. These domains are encoded to the Unicode standard and used as allowed by relevant IDN protocols. Odok Web Solutions supports certain IDN domains.
Anyone registering a domain is required by ICANN to create a public record of domain ownership in the Whois Search Directory. This means that hackers and spammers can access the phone numbers and addresses of any domain registrant. WhoisGuard replaces your personal information with that of your official domain registry, legally masking your personal data from public view.
Always pay in time to avoid disconnection but incase all fails then contact us we can fix that issue back very fast as long as the bills are paid but paying after due expires makes you incure alittle topped up charges.
A client can always pay from one year to ten years.
It takes a few minutes only for your domain to be set up.