At signup, you can create an account without any domain. If you choose this option, your account will have FTP and disk space. But you won't have:
- DNS zone
- Virtual and Anonymous FTP
- Mail service
- ODBC support
You can also host sites without domain names (the so-called stop-gap domains). When you create a stopgap domain, you get no DNS zone, and you cannot use e-mail service. However, you will be able to access and manage your site using the instant domain alias you get at signup.
An instant domain alias is an additional web address that gives access to your website when you don't have a real domain name or when your real domain name is temporarily unavailable. Instant domain aliases are generated randomly based on your provider's domain name and can't be changed. To enable or disable access to your website by instant domain alias.
To enable or disable access to your website by instant domain alias:
- Select Quick Access in Account menu.
- Click the Web Options icon to go to your web options page.
- Select the domain if you have more than one.
- Click Edit next to Web Service.
- At the bottom of the Web Service page that appears, enable or disable Instant access domain alias.