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Without the S. Hardware already refers to multiple, so there's no point in making it plural. Nobody in the United States says hardwares.


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For a personal site, Co.cc is free forever, you just have to renew the domain every so often (I think those two years). If it's a business website, you do have to pay, but I think it's only $5 a year, but if you're willing to pay money, bump it up to $10 and get a real domain.


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From Wikipedia Domains may be registered on the second level (john.name) and the third level (john.doe.name). It is also possible to register an e-mail address of the form john@doe.name. Such an e-mail address is a forwarding account, and requires another e-mail address as the recipient address. When a domain is registered on the third level ...


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I had this problem not to long ago. I suggest having a few people sit around and brainstorm ideas. Not all the domains are taken that are "cool". A lot of what will make a domain good will be the product you provide. I managed to get a domain for my hosting company that is easy to remember and has relevant keywords in it. It didn't come to me in 10 min ...


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If you're asking this question, then you are likely not running your own name server. At that point, you more than likely will be using the "Set up DNS and Name Servers Automatically". You would then use their DNS zone file function to tell everyone where to find your web server, mail exchanger, etc. Specifying your own name servers is not naming your own ...


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I haven't seen any especially unique name for these, just them referred to as suggestion boxes. All Our Ideas operates as a service, but the software is open and available on Github. BBYIDX is a similar offering that oddly enough had its start at Best Buy. If you want to get more hands-on, the WordPress Ideas(and Kvetch) areas are almost certainly built on ...


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Looking with nslookup and then browsing those IPs found in the records I see that there are the old IPs that CloudFlare no longer handles, I think you didn't updated your A records. You should contact your DNS provider. You need to verify also that your public IP's are seen from outside, and then change the A records with the help of your DNS provider.


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Google is a little bit over exact on this to avoid requests on the verification topic. It's the content="" part of the verification meta-tag which has to be case sensitive. Not the name="" part as you post it in your answer. Google verifies with help of this meta tag even if the name-part is NOT written as they provide it. So <meta ...


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No, it really won't affect your SEO in any way. There are many hostings using one server for many domains.


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In HTML5, there are two sets of metadata names: standard metadata names, defined in the HTML5 spec other metadata names, registered on the WHATWG wiki page MetaExtensions For the standard metadata names, it is required that they are case-insensitive: Names are case-insensitive, and must be compared in an ASCII case-insensitive manner. For other ...


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I've found it best to buy as many as you can in one place (if they are related) so you can easily update them. Personally, I haven't purchased some of those TLD/SLDs, but I've heard the Austrailian one you have to purchase from an AU registrar only - someone like name.com.au Most likely for the others you'll need to do the same. In that case, I'd suggest ...


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I can answer with certainty for Apple: no. iTunes Connect will not permit you even to create the app's record, much less upload a binary. See screenshot. That said, you will likely get away with something like "damnit!!!!" As long as it's not equivalent (whitespace ignored). However I did just now create in the Google Play Console an app called Angry Birds. ...


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how to get this done so my name and picture will appear on the sidebar of the Google search results. In order to get your name and image on Google search results you need your own Google Plus profile accounts with your name and image (using Google Authorship) but you are asking the way to show your image and name in Google sidebar. Your name will display ...


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It's known as the modal backdrop where you apply a fade in opacity to the backdrop like this example demonstrates.


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Indeed, this effect often appears for the background when a modal dialog is displayed. It is called a mask. This is the action to freeze the parent window.


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See "Internationalized Domains and SEO" on the YouMOZ Blog from Sep, 2011 for some technical apspects and choosing the right strategy and some answers on Internationalization on Google Webmaster Central: Q: Can I use non-English / non-ASCII URLs? A: Yes. Past the domain name, which can be an IDN, we recommend using UTF-8 for path, filename, and query ...


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Shared hosting uses one server for many sites and is pretty common (although I've never heard of as many as 500 on one server before). Contrary to what others said, there is a small chance it could affect SEO. If the majority of the other 500 sites are spammy, pornographic, virus-ridden sites then you could be classed as being in a "bad neighbourhood" and ...


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Why not go for the best of both worlds and have somethinghost or somethinghosting where the something is meaningful and cool. Others have done it: bluehost, hostgator, etc.



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