Registrar-Lock – allows the domain owner to lock his/her domain name, in order to avoid unauthorized, or accidental changes to the domain name.
Transfer – means change of the domain registrar; usually 1 year is added to the registration upon successful completion of the transfer. Domain transfer fee is equal to the domain registration fee. In some caces, EPP authorization key, that must be provided by the current registrar is required.
Edit WHOIS – allows the publicly displayed WHOIS information of the domain name to be edited.
ID Protect – allows protection of the publicly available WHOIS information by replacing it with information of an intermediary business entity set by the domain registrar offering the WHOIS\ID Protect services. Such an entity protects the actual domain owners from spam and unwanted attention to their personal information.
Registration Period – various TLDs can be registered for different periods.
Single registration/transfer – this refers to the price of a 1-year registration/transfer for a particular TLD, purchased with a web hosting plan. For the majority of TLDs, the minimum registration period is 1 year. For the TLDs marked with "*" this period is 2 years.
Notes – displays special requirements for certain TLDs, as well as the dedicated Registration Agreements that must be observed in addition to the general Registration Agreement.