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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 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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Semicolons are part of the bind zone format. However, there is no way to know how your management tools are interpreting these records. Many DNS providers require placeholders to specify a domain.com. I've seen *, @, and # used in various web-based DNS management tools. I recommend contact your DNS provider for clarification as web-based DNS management ...


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Would this be done on the internal IIS web server I assume you're using IIS. It's possible with IIS. There are several ways. I will show the way where you use the web.config file. In your web.config file put the following code: <rewrite> <rules> <rule name="Redirect domain.com to www" patternSyntax="Wildcard" ...


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The posted configuration was correct, the issue was caused by DNS cache of the OS, after flushing cache with ipconfig /flushdns everything works.


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From the image that you provided, I do not see an IP address for your domain name mysitename.tk. As well, an A record and CNAME record for www.mysitename.tk is redundant. I recommend CNAME over using an A record and to only use an A record if CNAME does not work. The only other thing you need to do is to set the hostinger name servers within your registrar ...


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You're touching on a "feature" of DNS known as DNS Round Robin. It's deliberate. You have no control over the order in which records which satisfy a particular query are provided. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Round-robin_DNS It's crude; but surprisingly effective as a load-balancer. If, in fact, the "backup" machines should not be touched unless the ...


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The resource records that exist for a specific combination of name, class and type form what is called a resource record set (RRSet). Just like this term suggests (it being a set) there is no defined order for these records. Even if you did have the authoritative nameservers for your zone, the only point where you have any actual control, answering with the ...


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You have two choices. You allow Internet traffic on port 443 on the machine within the internal network. Something your sysadmins might now want you to. If you don’t have sysadmins, please don’t :) Re-use another already server already exposed to the Internet. This is what we call a "Proxy", a fancy term to say "server for". There are many ways to ...


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Another option is to use CloudFlare On the My Websites page click on the Cog icon for the relevant site. Then click on DNS Settings Once on this page you can add various records . In this case create a TXT record, enter your domain, and then v=spf1 include:_spf.google.com ~all



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