Web Hosting Plan Perfect For You!
All Shared Hosting Features
Choose Perfect Plan
Number of User
Free Domain Registration
cPanel Control Panel
Free Daily Backups
Search Engine Optimization
99.9% Uptime Guarantee
Advanced Security Features
30 Day Money Back Guarantee
All Our plans include
TransferWebsite & Domain
30 DayMoney Back
FAQ - Your questions? We got answers!
How does Web Hosting work?
Web hosts are companies that rent out their services and technologies to host websites on the internet. Once the hosting company hosts your website, users can access it by typing in your web address (domain name) in their web browser. When they do this, their computer connects to the server your website is hosted on
What tools or software can I use to build my website?
In this article, we’ll share the best web design software that you can use to create website templates or full-fledged websites.
What kind of web hosting plan do I need?
- Web hosting: file storage, security, and bandwidth on a server maintained by the hosting service
- A domain name: the address where visitors find your site
- Content for your site: the fun/profitable stuff like your shop, blog, and portfolio
What does free domain registration mean?
HostSleek is pleased to offer our clients a free domain registration when they sign up for a minimum one-year term. The free domain registration offer is valid with some of our annual plans, for the first year you are a HostSleek client.
How do I transfer my Web pages to your server?
The most convenient way to transfer your website’s files to your new web hosting account is via FTP. You should connect to your hosting account and download the files locally to your computer. Then you have to upload them to your new hosting account’s main folder (usually public_html, www or httpdocs).
Can I host multiple domain names with my hosting account?
To host multiple websites on your hosting account you must: Add the domain name to your hosting account and select a folder for its website. Upload the domain name’s website’s files into the folder you select. Point the domain name’s DNS to your hosting account