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Are you moving from a hosted server at 1and1 to a virtual server at 1and1? Then you should get in contact with the support team of 1and1. Chances are that they can minimize the problems by moving everything for you. Otherwise split the move into (at least) two steps by separating the website-moving from the email-account-moving. Even with shared accounts ...


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Make the change off hours. Sunday morning (a.k.a midnight) is typically the best time to do it as that is when there is usually the fewest users using the system. It's also when you will receive the fewest emails. Announce your downtime. Naturally downtime is bad but when you tell your users to expect it, it usually isn't a problem. An email to user and/or ...


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There's a handy tool on many computers that you can use to find an IP address of a domain. Just open up a command prompt and type: ping www.mysite.com or type: ping mysite.com Then you'll see the IP the site is connected to. For example, to find out google's IP, type: ping google.com and you'll get results that begin like this: PING google.ca ...


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I found that the IP address that came with my HostGator account information email was not the right one. I logged into CPanel via the temporary URL and found the actual IP address listed on the column to the right towards the bottom.


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There are 2 real solution ( not the redirecting thing) Using 'Domain Masking' ( google it) You want otherdomain.com to show the sub1.maindomain.com/folder You can do the following . • create a sub2.maindomain.com And configure it with the server so that it displays the sub1/folder • Create a CNAME Record on otherdomain.com that points to ...


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The absolute simplest thing to do is create a CNAME record in your DNS that points myfrienddomain.com to sub1.mydomain.com and make sure there is no A record for myfrienddomain.com. You do not need a redirect. Let DNS do the work.


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An easy way to do it in PHP is to create index.php on the site that needs to be redirected: <?php header("HTTP/1.1 301 Redirect",true); header("Location: http://example.com/folder",true); ?><html><head><title>Redirect</title></head><body><a href="http://example.com">Click here to ...


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Nevermind, I got it working. test.py #!/usr/bin/env python import cgitb import cgi cgitb.enable() cgi.test() .htaccess Options +ExecCGI AddHandler cgi-script .py Set execute on test.py by chmod 755


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The link you provided (github.com/keithgardner2/keithgardner2.github.io) works fine. However, the domain name keithgardner.me has 3 A records - 2 are github.com and 1 is NameCheap. There has to be something that NameCheap is doing incorrectly. In fact, this is likely far too complicated a set-up for what you are trying to do. I suggest logging onto your ...


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I'm answering my own question here in case it helps anyone else. Your hosting company should be able to provide you with the full name of your vps. It's probably visible somewhere in your control panel if you don't log direct into Plesk and is likely to be something like: 858442.vps-312.com or 8abc-arc.yourdomain.com Setting this to your full server ...


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Easiest answer is to use something like the 'naked domain redirect' from wwwizer, so all you do is point your A record to 174.129.25.170 and they automatically redirect to your www subdomain. It is very simple but if you want to read more see their page explaining it further: http://wwwizer.com/naked-domain-redirect


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You need to get a Reserved IP address and assign it to your virtual machine. As far as I can tell, at the moment, setting this up requires you to use the Azure PowerShell cmdlets. I have never seen the option for it in the web portal. Microsoft documents this as follows: First, create a Reserved IP for your subscription. You can use the following ...


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Managed to find my answer, basically after asking my hosting help it turned out the issue was my hosting account being old so not configured quite right, meaning the general instructions on tumblr for custom urls was correct.


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Your approach will work. Get a small reseller account (~10 domains) with a control panel of your preference (cPanel being the most popular) and transfer project1 and project2 there. However, in my opinion, a small VPS or a Cloud server (with cPanel license) would be optimal. This requires some knowledge of Linux but gives you a lot more control as an ...


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"Does Googlebot ever trigger the ddos protection?" No. The DDoS protection also shouldn't block search engine crawlers. "Whats the average redirect time generally?" About 5 seconds (must have JavaScript and cookies enabled to pass the check).



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