Yes, with any of the bigger hosting packages we offer (Home upwards) you can host websites for multiple domains using a single hosting package. You will, however, require a parking package for each of the other domains you wish to host with us. This is the only way we can map your other domains to point to your main hosting package. It does save costs over having two separate hosting packages for two sites, and the more sites you host with us this way, the higher this saving becomes. If you do this for 6 websites using the Home package and 4 parked domains, it’ll work out to ~£105 yearly, saving around £75 per year. As a general rule, you can host as many sites on one hosting package as the amount of SQL databases it has available (there are exceptions).
It all works with a bit of trickery. You’d have one main package. Let’s say the main package (a Home hosting package with at least one unused SQL database) is for
main.com. We (ENOISE) can then map all of your parking packages to your main hosting package. For example, lets’s say you’re parking
park1.com with us. This will allow you, on your main package, to set up a sub-domain for
park1.com, and point it to a folder inside of the main.com package web root. It’s convenient to do this for the
www. subdomain, and name the folder it would point to appropriately, so lets’s say
www.park1.com points to main.com’s
park1.com now has to redirect all its traffic to that specific subdomain (www.park1.com). This can be done easily using an
.htaccess redirect. Now, when a user types
park1.com in the browser, they are redirected to
www.park1.com (if they typed that instead, they’d just be skipping that step). Because we’ve set it up that way, the files for that site is now fetched from the
park1 folder in main.com (even though the user can’t see that). You can do the same thing for park2.com and park3.com, etc.
The big advantage here is that you are paying for parking packages, and are actually hosting full-fledged websites for each on a single hosting package.