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If your host takes care of the DNS when you've changed your nameservers, it should be fine. Changing the 'A' record in your control panel wouldn't have any effect because your nameservers don't point to them anymore...


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Nameservers are enough and better. In fact, in case your web hosting changes your IP address (because you haven't a static IP and you're on a shared host), thanks to nameserver you wouldn't need to change record A.


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This sounds like an issue that is specific to your hosting provider. The likely explanation is that they have a check in place to look for malware on the home page of your site. Base64 encoded JavaScript is often used to obfuscate JavaScript inserted by a hack. Their malware scanner triggers when it detects any Base64 encoded data. To resolve the issue ...


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Using the following source code in a file name index.html in the root folder of a published website with a domain ending .com: <html><head> <link rel="icon" ...


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I found the solution to my problem. I just changed "externalBaseUrl":"http:\/\/bhaveshladdagiri1.wix.com/tlbinnovation" to "externalBaseUrl":"http:\/\/tlb-innovation.tk" in the HTML code. Thanks to the Darcy website ripper support for this solution.


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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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