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Yes, if you are a registered business, a trademark holder, or an owner of intellectual property, in the US under the Anti-Cybersquatting Piracy Act, you may bring the registrant for a website into litigation to have the domain name transferred to you. Two such cases I know of: A person registered sportys.com back in the day with the intent to hold it in ...


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If you only have the supplied redirect and can't control anything else on the university's server then this is not possible. (They would need to setup mod_proxy or, as a "cheap" workaround a single page document with an IFRAME containing your site.) If you do go ahead with this then when you eventually move the site to the university's server, setup a ...


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You can use dynamic domain name services known as DDNS. While recommendations are considered off topic here, you can search Google for ddns and several options will show up. The second entry (http://www.noip.com/free) is recognized as a DDNS provider. I cannot speak to the service quality. There are other service levels/options/sites available too. You will ...


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A search for the term autoRenewPeriod turned up: This grace period is provided after a domain name registration period expires and is extended (renewed) automatically by the registry. If the registrar deletes the domain name during this period, the registry provides a credit to the registrar for the cost of the renewal. ...


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You will need to delete wildcard A record in your DNS.


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@ 10800 IN A 217.70.184.38 www 10800 IN CNAME myapp.herokuapp.com. Seems I was missing dot at the very end of the second line which made it interpret as a subdomain of my main domain.


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If you're on a shared host and haven't setup a subdomain but have setup a wildcard in your DNS so it points to your IP and it belongs to a server with multiple websites, it will point to the first VirtualHost in the Apache configuration.


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No, there is no provision for us to generate the initial EPP code, however as a customer you can easily change it once the domain has been registered. I don't have a definitive answer on contact details, but my experience as a domain reseller is that if there is domain privacy, then the registrant never receives official domain emails e.g. transfer ...


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The big legal question is whether visitors to your website will confuse you with the corporate Google. If you set up a math website that talked about 10^100 and all its implications, you'd likely be fine (especially if you included a "I have nothing to do with Google™" statement on every page). If you set up a "I work for Google, and here's all the ...


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You're on the right track, you should be able to avoid downtime all together - DNS management without a control panel, sounds like a nightmare! When you say 'domain transfer' I'm assuming you're talking about moving the domain from one registrar to another. In theory it doesn't matter if this is done before or after the name servers are re-delegated - this ...


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This is how I would solve this problem: 1) Obtain a list of all DNS records from Demon for the domain 2) Re-create the same DNS records on the new registrar's control panel 3) Change domain DNS to match the new name servers When the DNS settings will be changed, it sould work instantly if the new name servers settings are good.


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With DNS, you can avoid most downtime; as long as you plan it correctly. You just need to do the following: Copy all the DNS information from Denon to your new DNS servers (all your CNAME, MX, A, PTR... records.) Test that these new DNS servers are working correctly (perform manual nslookup requests) Tell Denon to change your DNS info to your new DNS ...


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It's called a subdomain, indeed. Whether you can use them is completely up to your host; they might be included in your hosting plan. You should contact them to find out.


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One option could be to create a new website for all of the fields, which is easier to maintain, has the same user base, etc. You could use a 301 redirect to redirect people from your current domain to the new one, keeping most of your page rankings. One post I read online had this to say about 301 redirects: A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect which ...


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Creating subdomains has nothing to do with the registrar, it depends on your hosting company. Some will allow unlimited subdomains but may limit how many sites you can have. This isn't a problem if you only have one site that they all point too and you parse the subdomain. Some hosts restrict how many subdomains you can have. You will need to do ...


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The short answer? No. Speaking from a U.S. perspective: In order for anyone to file a complaint and recover a registered domain, you would have to knowingly register a trademark as a domain name. The term knowingly is a high standard to meet. The trademark owner has to prove that you intentionally and knowingly used a trademark. There are other ...


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Solved. I added www.ordr.my into my Heroku custom domain section and change ordr.my CNAME (root domain) to my Heroku app just like below: Cloudflare Heroku


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There's a programmed delay just so that they make sure that tests run against the system are inconclusive. For that very reason, delay's' length is not always the same. So, you'll have to simply wait.



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