Knowledgebase : All about domains

A virtual domain is the base URL of the domain name. Examples include yourdomain.com, Woollybear.com and whg.org. Virtual domain names are not just limited to .com, .net, .org, or .edu domain extensions. International domain names are also virtual domain ...
TLD stands for Top Level Domain. This includes any domain names which suffix is .com, .net, .org, or .edu. Therefore, international domain names are not TLD's.
Absolutely. Woollybear.com currently hosts over 53 different domain name extensions. However, it is important to understand that most non-TLD domain names will not be registered by Woollybear.com. You will need to take responsibility for registering or tr...
To register a new domain name, simply visit the main page of Woollybear.com and enter the name you wish to register in the form provided. It's that simple. Our order process will guide you through the steps.
Yes, all clients can access their website with and without the "www". In other words, you can access your website at www.yourdomain.com or just yourdomain.com, both of which are the same website. While this may seem somewhat unimportant, many would be sur...
Our domain name search can check for domain name availability across over 150 different domain name extensions. It is obviously important that you not sign up for service under a domain name which is already in use unless it is already registered to you.
Domain name registration fees at Woollybear.com start at $15 for TLD's without any long term contract.
Yes. This service is commonly referred to as "multiple domain name pointing" and allows you to have as many domain names as you wish point to the same website on your account. (additional fees may apply) This should not be confused with having different...
Yes. Woollybear.com does provide this, using "add on domains" on some hosting plans to point to different directories on your account. Please contact us for details.
Yes. We are currently expanding our list of available domain extensions and will soon be including some foreign names. Visit the main site for more information on the availability of domain name extensions.
New registrations are generally ready within 24 to 72 hours.
On registering, transferring and most other changes that are made to domain name registration information, a verification email (see below) will be sent to the email address the domain is registered to in order to verify it's accuracy. It is now mandatory...
There are emails being received that purport themselves to be from Enom (a domain registrar) claiming that they've suspended a domain name you own. The ones we're seeing are NOT IN FACT FROM ENOM, but various email addresses and sources, and definitely no...