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Lets explain a few things first: Nameserver records are typically maintained by the domain registrar. (i.e. who the domain-name was purchased from.) If you don't own the domain-name directly... you might have a battle on your hands to get ownership back. It is not unheard of for shady companies to hold your domain-name hostage. Most registrars will ...


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Looks like you don't have the DNS server configured at the domain name registrar. Right now the World doesn't know about your domain, it even doesn't know where to ask about it: root@dev2 [~]# dig fash.lk ns +short root@dev2 [~]# instead you should see something like that: root@dev2 [~]# dig gov.lk ns +short ns1.gov.lk. d.nic.lk. ns2.gov.lk. c.nic.lk. m....


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Yes, you can. Either buy multi-domain certificate if it's close to the end of primary domain certificate, or buy the certificate for the secondary domain only. My host for my primary domain doesn't allow me to add any more domains to my account. What can I do ? Anyway you have somewhere redirect configured from secondary to primary. If it is just ...


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You need an A record for your domain root, pointing to the IP address of your server. Only once you have that in place (thus directing requests for example.com to your server) will your .htaccess rules take effect. Since your server does not have a static IP address, you will need to find out if your DNS provider supports ALIAS or ANAME records. These ...


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Accessing websites via IP is not desirable and not supported by most good hosts. It's considered a good practice for security savvy shared web hosts not to allow accessing content via the IP address of the server via mod_userdir, this is because mod_userdir has some security concerns. More information about this below. SOURCE The mod_userdir ...


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You should be able to access it via http://IPADDRESS/~cpanel_accountname/addon_domain_directory so it would look something like http://123.456.789.000/~matt/addondomain UPDATE:. https://au.godaddy.com/help/preview-your-website-3950


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You don't have to create a subdomain in OVH. You onle have to create the "A record" in the 1and1 subdomain, pointing to the VPS IP. That should be enough


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These details are associated with your DNS provider. To make the site work you need to specify a DNS providers nameserver records to specify where the details for your site resolution are held. The other questions he is asking appear to be to do with if you want to use the registrar to host the DNS instead of a DNS provider of your choice. If your web host ...


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I believe this would be more of an issue with disputes about domain ownership than with company information. It does make you look less reputable since you are trying to hide your business contacts and information, but I can't see how this would let somebody make a complaint about your website. It could affect the ownership of your domains, though. There ...


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Both Rob (a member here on webmasters.stackexchange.com) and I have tested your home page with the command line utility curl and he has tested it with a text-based browser lynx. Neither of us had viruses during the test. Neither of our results show a redirection to the URL with parameters added. One of the following has happened: A configuration has been ...


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download the hidden file ..htaccess from your root directory of every webside/domain folder check if there are any URL redirections you have not allowed (google how to find it) Call your hosting company! Tell them your website is getting redirected to malicious url and ask their tec support to fix the issue immediately. If you write a ticket, put Virus ...


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SRV records are meant for services which are designed to check for the existence of service records such as connecting to an XMPP server or a SIP server. DNS should not be used to provide a list of services for end users on your network to browse as DNS is not designed for users to directly read. The best option is to add the information you need for users ...


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There is currently now way to fix that, because GitHub Pages currently don't support HTTPS for custom domains. As you are using Cloudflare, you need to check whether you can configure such redirect in Cloudflare.


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As Sub domain behaves like a new domain, therefore they do not effect the seo of main site or server rather directory do like example.com/customer1 but if spamming is to much on sub domain , then it will be harmfull for your ip and complete server in terms of SEO


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To answer the first part of your question the numbers in front of the addresses in the MX records are the priorities for which the mail servers should be connected to. First attempts to mx records with a 10 priority, then 20, and so on. When migrating email servers best practice is to setup the new email server, change your DNS records, but keep the old ...



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