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Your DNS example is missing a few elements. Here is how I would set things up. example.com A 10.0.11.101 www CNAME example.com sub-domain CNAME example.com www.sub-domain CNAME example.com If all are on a single web server, then the web server will take the request header and respond to the request accordingly. In this case, only your parent domain needs ...


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1) if the domain registration and the webhost is in a different hosting company how thus it affects the speed of my site, how long my domains will be resolved so that my customers will reach my web host? 2) I am planning to get a multi domain SSL certificate for my two domains, how will the two different providers will affect my ssl ...


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This is quite common practice, so no there's no issue with this whatsoever. Typically dedicated DNS providers provide better performance than the DNS service domain registrars bundle with their service, so if it's performance in particular you're worried about, you'll probably find things faster using separate providers. Edit: based on closetnoc's comments ...


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Google crawlers are quite flexible as it comes to changes it shouldn't affect your rankings. I'd just proceed as usual in terms of SEO. You may get a lot of crawl errors from non-existent but already indexed forum permalinks. Upload & Test your new sitemaps in Webmaster Tools. Make sure you check Webmaster Tools/Crawl Errors for 404/Not Found URLs ...


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Your question is a very good one, very far from being silly. What you probably need to do is to point your domain registered through http://www.dot.tk to the server where your website is hosted. By website I mean your files not the doamin name. That will be achieved by updating the DNS settings at http://www.dot.tk with nameservers associated with your ...


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• Check if your DNS records are correct mydomain.com A xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (Ipv4) mydomain.com AAAA xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx (IpV6) mysubdomain.mydomain.com CNAME mydomain.com (Alias) See Create and configure DNS records for a domain on my blog for more information. • Flush your operating system's DNS cache ipconfig /flushdns (Windows) ...


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If the A records have been updated properly, try clearing the network/DNS cache on your local machine and see if it resolves the domain/subdomain to server IP address. If you are on a Windows machine, use the command below to clear the network/DNS cache: ipconfig /flushdns


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Different DNS entries and delegations have different TTLs (Time To Live). A typical TTL for a full domain (something.com) is 24 hours. You can directly query the new authoritative DNS server directly if he has the intended records at all: dig @newdns.server.com www.yoursite.com Should give you an IP to the new host of your site, regardless of caching. ...


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This is rather simple. You cannot just redirect traffic anyway you want with DNS. That is not what it does. In this case, it appears that you only have one half of the equation. What you are missing is that the HTTP request packet header has a domain address within it that the web server compares to it's list on known sites. You are packaging request ...


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Checking GoDaddy's Website Builder documentation, I see that they allow you to make custom edits to the page CSS. That alone should go a long way in helping you design a custom static page. You might also experiment with '@import' URLs in your CSS, which would let you grab further assets they may not support. Depends on how much functionality they allow ...


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I had to wait 24 hours for a similar situation. DNS stuff can be slow to propagate. If the situation is not resolved by then, then there is a configuration issue or your DNS servers are down. You don't need to remove the hosting package if your DNS servers are set properly at Hostgator (i.e., you are using the IPs of DigitalOcean for your domain name). If ...


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Since your domain were expiring in 2013, you could have acquired them directly from GoDaddy rather than paying something to your old provider. Godaddy would have been able to pick your domains, even if they were previously owned by Webiq. Since you have now transferred your domains, the information provided by GoDaddy about expiration is relevant, not that ...


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I was in similar situation earlier. And the only solution i found is to use postfix and set it up properly in your vps. Here is a simple guide for you: http://ostechnix.wordpress.com/2013/02/08/setup-mail-server-using-postfixdovecotsquirrelmail-in-centosrhelscientific-linux-6-3-step-by-step/ And then use this guide to setup auto forwarder to your gmail ...


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What you want to do is setup a Gmail for Business account. This will give you the ability to create and manage Gmail accounts which look like regular domain email addresses (eg yourname@yoursite.com). This cost $50/yr and is completely professional looking. Here is the link to get you started: ...



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