Typesetter is a stand-alone PHP CMS that is very easy to use. A Powerful, Lightweight, Flat-File CMS with True-WYSIWYG. Typesetter was designed to be an easy to use, but lightweight and fully functional content management system (cms)
• Powerful Dashboard
• True WYSIWYG
• Plugins Support
• Fast Websites
• Image Galleries
• Paid Listings
• No Database Needed
• SEO Features
• Plugins and Themes
• High Speed SSD RAID-10 Storage
• Secure SSL Certificates included
5 Email Accounts
5 Parked Domains
5 Sub Domains
25 Email Accounts
25 Parked Domains
25 Sub Domains
Unlimited Email Accounts
Unlimited Parked Domains
Unlimited Sub Domains
Setting up Typesetter is very simple and fast with the Softaculous Installation though cPanel
Offering the latest technologies and enhanced performance with NGINX, HTTP/2, PHP and free CDN. Free SSL Secure certificates. Firewall Security with 900+ WAF security rules to fix zero-day vulnerabilities. DDoS to help stop website hacking. High-speed SSD performance hosting is also included. Over 3 million CMS and Softaculous updates every year.
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Can you host foreign domain names?
Yes, we can host or house any foreign extensions. We do not do the registration of foreign domain names but can provide the name servers, so you can register them yourselves.
Do I need a Domain Name?
You can set up free blogs or other types of sites using a third party service like Facebook, WordPress.com or Tumblr. For small personal blogs, that is fine. But if you want to build a serious online presence, you should have your own Domain Name.
How long does it take before my domain name is active?
In some instances, it is immediate. But it usually takes about 12-24 hours before it is active. Note: All ISPs must update their records (DNS tables) to reflect the new Domain Name.