A Web host supplies a server for your website files so that you can display them on the Internet. If you are new to Web design or are looking to change an existing host, it is helpful to locate the provider of other related websites so that you know which companies to research. Using online resources, it is easy to determine who hosts a specific website.
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Access a website host checker like WhoIsHostingThis? or Who-hosts.com. Alternately, perform a domain search on DomainTools or Domain White Pages to get this information (see links below).
Enter the URL address in the text field provided and click the "Find Host," "Lookup," "Go," or "OK" button to get the results.
Locate the identified host name on the resulting pages of WhoIsHostingThis? or Who-hosts.com. The DomainTools and Domain White Pages sources offer this data near the "Registrant" or "Registration" entry.
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