How many domains can I host?
Shared, VPS and Dedicated hosting plans have no limit on the number of domains you can host. The only service that’s limited to a single domain is DreamPress and Starter Shared hosting. That is because DreamPress is a dedicated service catered to a single WordPress site.
How much is hosting?
View the following link for current hosting prices:
Can I host a subdomain only?
Yes. Simply add the primary domain in the panel, then the subdomain. You’ll then be able to view the IP address for the subdomain. View the Adding a domain article for details.
Can I host an OpenNIC TLD (e.g., Namecoin, Emercoin, New Nations, and so on) at DreamHost?
DreamHost's managed hosting system is not configured to support OpenNIC TLDs. You can, however, configure a DreamCompute instance for this purpose. Unfortunately, support is not available for this due to the high level of customization that's required. See the following for more information:
How can I upload and access my domain files?
How do I view and access my domain if the DNS is not yet pointed to DreamHost?
You have a few options. Please visit the guide on previewing your site before the DNS change using a dreamhosters.com subdomain.
Can I access the domain using an IP address?
The only way this is possible is if you purchase a Unique IP. Then your site will have a specific IP assigned. Otherwise, this is not possible.
I fully-hosted my domain. Where is the public_html?
When adding hosting to fully host your domain, you are prompted to enter a web directory. This directory is where you place the content on your web server. Drop in your index file in the web directory so it displays when you visit your page. This web directory is the same as your "public_html" folder. Visit the Adding Domains & Subdomains article for details.
I added a domain to the panel as Fully Hosted and the nameservers are already pointed to DreamHost. How long until I can access my site?
Is DreamHost HIPAA compliant?
DreamHost is not HIPAA compliant.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was created to establish national standards on how medical records are protected. More specifically, the 'Security Rule' specifies standards to protect electronically transferred health information. The Security Rule requires appropriate administrative, physical and technical safeguards to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and security of electronic protected health information. Further information can be found at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services webiste: