How does domain limitation work?

 

You can make any number of local websites. “Locality” is determined by the domain name. For example, localhost, site.localhost, mysite, mysite.local, 127.0.0.1, 192.168.168.150, my-love-site.www. Any address as IP is also considered local and doesn’t count.

If you activate a website on a subdomain which address looks real (not another “localhost”, that is), then the main domain of this website will be added to the list in your account.

So, for example, you can use following addresses:

  • new.site.com
  • new2.site.com
  • sub.sub.sub.new.site.com
  • www.site.com
  • site.com

All of the above addresses will be counted as just ONE “site.com”, so subdomains are not counted, only main domains are. You can manage the list of your websites in the personal account.

Still gotta questions, who can help me?

Visit our special JBZoo tech support forum which is specifically meant for JBZoo so the priority of the response and its promptness are much better there than in any other place. With inactive account with a “Plus” sign in a tariff plan you can ask for support in one of these sections or use any of our contacts.