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The DNS lookup takes place well before the client has started reading the web page, so don't worry about page size. Remember that DNS is basically the process of translating a domain name to an IP address, so myexample.com --> 123.422.214.171.124, and this translation has to happen before the page itself can be requested from the IP address. The page could be ...
Short answer You can't in general. Many "original domains" could be mapped to the same CDN host. In a sense if all you've got is the information you mentioned in your question, it's not enough and "too late" to do anything. Longer answer There's some hope if the traffic is in clear. The point is: a CDN is often use to serve "heavy" traffic, while ...
In the (raw) DNS zone file, the value of a TXT record needs to be enclosed in double-quotes if it contains spaces (as is the case with SPF and DKIM records). However, as mentioned in comments, you often use another tool to edit DNS records (you don't usually edit the DNS zone file directly, although WHM does give you this option). This other tool will ...
Get both domains and redirect com.uy to .uy. I agree with you that shorter is better, even though Uruguayans are used to the long version. The same goes for co.uk and .uk. While objectively .uk is the better version, it only came out this year making it unfamiliar to users.
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