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As per my comments, it would be unwise to solicit the sale of example.com directly to the owner of example.net, as that might be interpreted or argued as a sign of bad faith, and/or that you don't have any legitimate interests in example.com, which are two of the three elements necessary for successfully wining a Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy ...


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Whoops - misread your original question - take 2: According to my co-worker Mike Price -you need to switch your nameservers to crazydomains default ones to change your A record and your A record should point to the IP in the WP Engine User Portal. Then add to domains page in the WP engine User Portal. Finally, Change home/site URL 2. Also, You can also ...


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Is it bad practice to use .ie as our top-level domain with subdirectories for our other country pages? Yes, unfortunately it is. Google considers pages on ccTLDs as belonging to the region specified by the ccTLD, therefore, whatever you're trying to do, Google might still think the country-subfolders might belong to Ireland instead of the UK or the ...


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The domain I just registered the last week shows CPC of $5.34. Websites and domain software that sell domains, in particular expired domains, will often list a "CPC" (Cost Per Click) along side of them. The domain itself does not have any CPC value however, it's the keyword contained within the domain name, such as example being the keyword in ...


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As @closetnoc mentioned, the worse case is losing the domain name. Other than that, there is a chance getting penalized by Google if the content of your website is not related to India or Indians.


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The characters will need to be supported by the RFC for Internet Naming Standards, if they aren't you won't be able to register them, developers have written their software to work with the standards, so e-mail, name registrars etc won't accept your domain name if it's not part of the standard. Check first to make sure they are valid characters, then it's a ...


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You can't create a subdomain using only PHP application. First you need to configure apache virtual host to accept requests for multiple domains. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName www.example.com ServerAlias example.com *.example.com DocumentRoot /www/domain </VirtualHost> With wildcard subdomain *.example.com, main domain will ...


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I solved my problem, here is the solution. I have two: First: Updating DNS manager by Zpanel, editing the main domain and in CNAME tab just add the new subdomain manually. It's normal doesn't show the subdomain on DNS management, just create a new CNAME entry, save and in SSH write: php /etc/zpanel/panel/bin/daemon.php This command will make your daemon ...


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If your organization is in another country, such as the United Kingdom, then .org.uk would be ideal. If your organization has a specific purpose that falls into one of the newer generic top-level domains, then choosing a generic name might be better than .org. If you organization is a school, for example, then .academy could be excellent. There are some ...


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And, last but not least, make screenprints of all the webpages you were planning to display. Hey, it's worked for me. Put them in Power Point or just organized by name/sequence. Murphy's Law has no boundaries!


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Yes. Just create a new application with the desired sub path under the main site. The new application can be run under a separate application pool. Note that there may be fixes you need to make to the second application, because it is running with a sub path. If it generates any absolute URLs or server-relative URLs, they must be generated with that in ...



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