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Apart from unserious offerings, you can distinguish between cheaper domain-validated SSL certificates and the more expensive extended-validation SSL certificates (EV). Both certificates are technically the same (the connection is encrypted), but domain-validated certificates are cheaper, because the seller only have to check the domain. The EV-certificates ...


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What you want is called an "add-on" domain. From http://webnet77.com/webstuff/parked-add-on-domain.html Add-On Domains * You have two domains mysite.com and my-other-site.com. * You want the two domains to be totally separate/independent websites. Your hosting plan should allow for add-on domains, otherwise you won't be able to use your space the ...


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It's not a DNS setting; you need to set up a redirect from mydomain.com to www.mydomain.com. Fortunately, Godaddy provides this service for free; follow the directions at http://community.godaddy.com/help/article/422


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They don't actually offer you "unlimited" anything. It is a gimmick, and they are betting on average, their users would not exceed a particular threshold. I bet if you tried to upload 10TB of data on an unlimited plan, not only would you run into physical storage barriers, but your account would probably be terminated for insert random reason here.


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SLaks is correct, Google is not a registrar, but namecheap.com, hover.com and networksolutions.com are all registrars you could look into transferring for domain to. Here is a blog post on how to transfer from godaddy to namecheap.com: blog.jeffepstein.me To setup a Google Apps go to https://www.google.com/a to setup your account. There is a little step by ...


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The key point is that once you've sold the domain, you would need to transfer "the ownership" or more accurately "the registration" to the new owner, who would need to be an EU resident or organisation. When you take ownership of a domain name, regardless of who you bought it from, you then need to register the ownership with ICANN or an accredited ...


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Godaddy for some reason requires you to have a primary domain setup for each hosting account. So this basically makes the root whatever the primary domain is. There is a way that you can setup a false domain so that you can take the previous primary domain and move it. see the link here http://help.godaddy.com/article/4067 This will make the root ...


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From the GoDaddy website: Enjoy the backing of established industry standards. There is NO TECHNICAL DIFFERENCE between our certificates and any other major Certification Authority. Source: http://www.godaddy.com/ssl/ssl-certificates.aspx?ci=9039 Pricing is a funny thing sometimes. While I have no idea why GoDaddy prices their products the ...


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Your spf line is wrong, let's break it down: v=spf1 Version 1 SPF, everything right there, let's see the next parameters: include:_spf.google.com Here you're specifying that your mail is valid if you're sending it from a Google Apps domain. Are you using Google Apps?, the next parameter: ~all Denies every other domain, so if you send from a non ...


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SPF is only one of two parts of fixing this. The other is DKIM signing. http://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1311182 I'm a sender and I don't want my recipients to see the "via" link. What can I do? Gmail checks whether emails are correctly authenticated. If your messages are sent by a bulk mailing vendor or by third-party ...


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Masked forwarding uses frames to display the site being redirected to. For dropbox that does not appear to work. You may want to use use a regular redirect instead. <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head> <title>dropbox.tombrito.com</title> </head> ...


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With GoDaddy, you need to make sure you have the correct level of service to allow multiple domains to one account. GoDaddy calls the one that can handle multiples a "Deluxe" account. This article explains how to make it work.


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1) Do a 301 redirect from one to the other. Here is the code you can place in an .htaccess file in your webroot (change your_domain.com to be your actual domain): RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www.your_domain.com$ RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.your_domain.com/$1 [R=301] 2) In Google Webmaster Tools you can set your preferred domain so Google ...


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9grams, The first step is to determine why the database is so large. Though not impossible, it's extremely unlikely that it needs to be that large. There's probably some plugin inefficiently or unnecessarily storing data. If you're not sure what's going on, it may help to access phpMyAdmin, a database management tool, to see what table in the database is ...


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Godaddy will hold the domain after is expires for a period of several months. If your renew domain more than 19 days after expiry, then there is a redemption fee added. This redemption fee can be sizable. Godaddy's help pages say that the latest you can recover the expired domain is 42 days. Even after the 42 days, the domain may not go back onto the ...


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Don't let the name fool you but you should check out easydns as an option. They may not be as cheap as GoDaddy but they have been around for a long time and they handle some big companies. Their about page says it all. The complete feature list is here. I have never used them personally but I've heard their name come up a few times. Register/Transfer ...


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It can take weeks for this or minutes! If you sign up to webmaster tools on Google you can change the crawl rate. Ultimately though, Google will decide when to crawl your site and when to make the changes. Further more, Google does not have to display the Meta tags Description attribute on the Google search results page. If Google decides the content on ...


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Just to add to ionFish's very comprehensive answer, Do subdomains need to be defined through domain registrar? They don't need to be defined through the domain registrar, but wherever the master DNS records are located. At the moment they are at GoDaddy, but if you changed the NAMESERVERS on your domain at GoDaddy to point to an alternative DNS server, ...


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Read the manuals. A simple search at Bluehost will give you all the information about transferring the domain name: https://www.bluehost.com/cgi/help/45 Pick your hosting package, install WP (its just a few clicks at Bluehost), backup your old WP database (http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Backups) and migrate. Sorry to say, but not really the right ...


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Source While using BlogEngine.net you may run into “content encoding error” “The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because it uses an invalid or unsupported form of compression” this error, to resolve this, find <add name=”CompressionModule” type=”BlogEngine.Core.Web.HttpModules.CompressionModule, BlogEngine.Core”/> in ...


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I think you are trying to set up a Cname record where you need to set up another A record and point that to the IP of the server. You can't use a CNAME because that was designed to point to another domain not point to an IP address , and you are trying to point to an IP. Set up your A record as sub.example.com 192.168.1.2.


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The real benefit of cloud hosting comes from the ability to quickly add and remove servers as needed to handle traffic. You only get charged for the amount of time that each server runs. It's easy to stand-up and terminate machines as needed, no long term commitments unless you purchase cheaper reserved instances. I don't know anything about Godaddy's grid ...


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Create an .htaccess file in the directory you wish to block, or your root HTML directory if you want this to affect your entire website. Place this code inside: # Block includes if they have a .inc.php extension. Change # that to match whatever extension you use for your includes. <Files *.inc.php> Order Deny,Allow Deny from All </Files> # ...


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I work for BigBlackBag and I'd be happy to help. 9 times out of 10 when a customer signs on to our service, we have them point their domain's DNS nameservers to us. This means that we control their domain from that point on. We do this to make it simple for our customers as most people do not understand the difference between nameservers, A records, CNames, ...


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There shouldn't be any downtime when migrating domains between registrars. All you have to do is initiate the transfers from the destination registrar. Usually when you do this, it'll let you put in your desired nameservers or the new registrar will just use the current nameservers. This way, once the transfer goes through from the source registrar's end, ...


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From here: ICANN, the corporation responsible for regulating all domain registrations, prohibits anyone from transferring a domain until 60 days after registration or transfer. If you registered or transferred your domain within the last 60 days, you won't be able to transfer your domain successfully until this waiting period is over.


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The only site builder I'm aware of them offering is part of their WebSite Tonight product, which integrates hosting also. There's not just an application you can launch from your "regular" hosting plan. (A one-page version of this is offered under the other plans, but that doesn't seem to be what you're after.) The site builder isn't only WYSIWYG, but ...


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The simplest approach would be to setup Google apps on a sub-domain like marketing.yourdomain.com. Spliting the departments into sub-domains would allow you to have multiple free standard edition accounts. Alternatively you could buy another TLD like yourdomain.net and run apps from that leaving the existing setup in place. Neither is really ideal ...


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You didn't provide a link to whatever offer you're referring to, and I can't find that $12 dollar cost anywhere on GoDaddy's site via normal navigation, so there's an obvious speculative element here. I was able to hunt down this price comparison page via Google, which does list a $12.99/yr offer. If you scroll past the comparison table, then keep going ...



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