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Registering Your Domain and Signing Up for Webhosting
This tutorial will take you through signing-up for both a domain and web hosting as part of the UMW Domains pilot project. If you haven't selected a domain name yet please see the Selecting Your Domain Name article for some guidelines and recommendations.
Submitting Domain Name
Once you've decided what your domain name will be, go here. You'll see the following screen:
Confirm Your Choice
Enter your chosen domain name in the provided field and click submit. After that you will be taken to a screen that will ask you to confirm your selection and click checkout.
Note: You can disregard all the "check out" and commercial language of transactions here, there will be no money changing hands---work your way through the process with that in mind.
Once you click "Check Out" you will be directed to a page that will ask you to fill out your personal information. Please fill this out as completely as possible.
Enter Contact Information
When you have finished this click next and review your information and be sure to check the radio button indicating you have read and agree to the terms and conditions.
After this you need to check the email address you signed-up with. There you should find two emails from firstname.lastname@example.org: one with your contact information and the other with your account details and login links.
Note: make sure you check your junk mail folder. Also, if the emails don't come immediately it could be a server issue, so have a bit of patience.
Contact Info Email
Account details and login links email
Logging In to UMW Domains
If you click on the login link in the email with account details you will be taken to the UMW Domains login area, enter the username and password you specified in the sign-up process
Once you logged in successfuly you will see the dashboard for Plesk, your web hosting space that officially makes you the sysadmin of your own education. BOOYA!