You can register a new domain through the HostPresto! 'Client Area'.
The first step is to log into your 'Client Area'. Enter your email address and password into the respective login boxes then select 'Login'.
Select 'Domains' from the top menu followed by 'Register a New Domain'.
Enter in your new domain name and choose the domain extension from the drop down menu.
Select 'Search' to see whether the domain is available to register.
If the domain that you've chosen is available, you should see confirmation about this.
Choose how long you'd like to register the domain for and continue further down.
You will find that the system will provide any other domains that you might be interested in that are similar to what you have selected. If any are of interest, tick that respective option and choose how long you'd like to register that for.
Choose 'Continue' to move forward.
You can at this point configure the nameservers for the new domain. By default, the nameservers for the site's hosting network will be shown.
If you want to use custom nameservers, please change these accordingly.
Choose 'Continue' to proceed.
The details of your order at this point will be confirmed on screen by showing the items in your cart. If you are happy to continue, scroll further down.
Review your registrant information and then select your 'Payment Method'.
To complete, select 'Checkout' to register the new domain.
Once the registration of the new domain is complete, you will be able to manage it via the 'Domains' -> 'My Domains' section of the Client Area. Please allow up to 24 hours for the nameservers to update before accessing the new domain via your web browser.
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