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If it was shared hosting, you need to have an assigned domain name to the hosting plan you chose. You can see this when going to My Account and under the Products tab. Try to open that domain name in a new browser tab, if you did not grab another domain or this is not the case, then you need to double check your nameserver settings. BlueHost's Zone file ...


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As per GoDaddy's policy, please follow these steps: Verify that you uploaded your files to the appropriate directory. Make sure that you named the first page of your website "index.htm" or "default.htm." Ensure that your DNS is pointed correctly.


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I found this tutorial really helpful when I was trying to do the same thing http://www.complete-concrete-concise.com/web-tools/how-to-change-localhost-to-a-domain-name


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All of these files which are being checked for including the /\xef\xbf\xbd\xef\xbf\xbd\xef\xbf\xbd\xef\xbf\xbd which you mention in your last comment are attempts by attackers to identify common files which can be vulnerable in your web root which on a mis-configured website can provide an attacker the information they need to penetrate your site. As an ...


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To answer your question directly: No, in most cases there is no negative impact for sharing an IP with a bad domain. How do I know this? I am the SEO oracle. I come from the future to save humanity. Kidding, but only sort-of. If there was such a thing as IP penalization, we would be seeing far far different search results than what we do today because many ...


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To complete the other answers, there is no authoritative database of complete IP -> name mappings. DNS provides for two kinds of mappings: name -> IP. Multiple names can map to a single IP IP -> name (aka "reverse"). A given IP can map only to a single name. Whether there is actually a reverse (IP -> name) mapping and what it points to is subject to the ...


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You could use a service that does "reverse IP lookup" to check for websites hosted on the same server / the same IP address. This service http://viewdns.info for example lets you simply enter a domain name into "reverse IP lookup" and spits out a list of other websites / domains hosted on the same address. The same here: ...


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Don't know if it's possible with simple command, but there are special "Reverse-IP" services just for that, check that one for example: http://viewdns.info/reverseip/ Apparently if you share IP with other domain, that is considered... malicious, like it's sending spam or spreading some viruses or having some "illegal" content, then your good domain also ...


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Speak to the hosting provider and ask them if they do outbound IP or DNS blocking and if so what the policy with those blocks are. There could be a DNS issue connecting to mailchimp, or could be a firewall restriction. They may be blocking access to mailchimp for fear of it being used by webmasters to send spam in which case they may allow access if you ...


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The best method would be to ask your hosting provider, but if you have SSH access you could do a simple ping, curl or even traceroute. If you do not have SSH access then you may be able to run this PHP script: SOURCE if (!$file) $status = -1; // Site is down else { fclose($file); $status = ($stoptime - $starttime) * 1000; $status = ...


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The second fail email tells you that an email address in the email matches a known spam sender, doyble check your email blacklist status using a site like mxtoolbox.com but from the logs you are showing the recipient might be blacklisted and the smtp server sipuk is configured not to send email to known spam senders.


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I have done this in the past and the best way I have found to overcome this has been setting up the application (which for us was a white label customer support portal) on it's own instance of apache configured to handle all traffic from all domains on a particular IP address... EG: www.domain.com, portal.domain-2.com, portal.domain-3.co.cc ... We then ...


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It depends on the filesystem and hardware capabilities. As Wikipedia states for EXT4: Max. number of files 4 billion (specified at filesystem creation time) Max. filename length 255 bytes Filename length and levels of directories are also a performance topic in this relation - below comment applies for them too. To answer your question: ...


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Your best bet is to ask people who know about wapka - try this link https://www.facebook.com/WapkaOfficial/


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Apart from the number of PoPs, for faster page load time you'll want to look at if the CDN provider provider offers SSD and HTTP/2 supported edge servers. Delivering content over HTTP/2 will allow you to use one connection for parallelism, enable header compression, among other things that will help speed up the delivery of your content. Currently no ...



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