The .IT registry have unique requirements in regards to nameserver compliance; Updating...Domain Status
When performing a whois lookup of a domain you may have noticed that various status codes...How do automatic domain renewals work?
How are auto-renewals handled? Auto-renewal is enabled on all newly registered domains. You can...How do I enable/disable auto-renewal on my domains?
1. Log in to your Purely.Domains account. 2. Go to your My Domains page. 3. Next to the...How do I register a domain name?
Visit the Purely.Domains home page. In the domain search form enter the domain name that you'd...How do I renew my domain name?
1. Log in to your Purely.Domains account. 2. Select the 'Renew Domains' link from the 'Domains'...How to choose your domain name
Domain names are designed to make it easier for people to access your website. Keeping them short...Registrant and company names for .uk domain names
All UK domain registrants must be that of a legal entity such as an individual, a company or a...What are domain name extensions?
A domain extension is the end part of a domain name. The most popular of these being .com or .co.uk.What are IPS tags and how are they used?
IPS (Internet Provider Security) tags are used by Nominet to identify the registrar that manages...What happens when a domain name expires?
Allowing your domain to expire, DNS and other services will cease to function but is still...What is a domain name and how can I buy one?
A domain name is a readable friendly address that points to an IP address on the internet that...What is a gTLD?
A generic top-level domain (gTLD) is a category of top-level domains (TLDs) e.g .com, .org, .net...What is a nameserver?
A nameserver is a server that controls the DNS for a domain name. It acts as a signpost to direct...Why are my registration details important?
General All domain names need to be registered to a legal entity such as a company or an...