Plesk is widely used Control Panel by webmasters after cPanel. It is usually paired up with Windows web hosting.
In this tutorial you will learn about how to register a new domain through your Plesk Control Panel.
Once you Login to your Plesk Control Panel account, Go to the Domain Section and open the ‘Register’ icon. (See picture below)
Now enter the domain name you wish to register in the look up field and choose the TLD. (Make sure the domain is available)
You will see the domain you chose can be registered, simply choose the billing term for which you want to register the domain and Click Register Now.
After the domain is registered you would see the nameservers where the domain is temporarily parked. After the registration is complete you can update the nameservers to your desired one’s using the Manage Function from MyPlesk.com
If you do not already have a MyPlesk.com login then you would need to create a separate login for this. After creating the login for MyPlesk.com you can login to your account.
After logging in you need to confirm your purchase of the new domain name and populate all the necessary personal billing and administrative details as required. (These will be seen in the Whois look up of the domain)
After making the payment and completing registration you would be redirected to manage your domain where you can update the nameservers to the one you want.
Now you can easily register a domain name using your Plesk panel. If you still have any issues registering a domain then it is better to ask your web hosting provider to do so for you. This would allow you to register the domain correctly and avoid any issue later on.