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Domains are hostnames that identify Internet Protocol (IP) resources such as web sites. They provide a human-friendly, easily recognizable and memorizable names to numerically addressed Internet resources.

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Pick a company which looks like it's going to be around for a few years and move all the domains to that company. Make sure that you have written agreements with the clients who you impersonated so …
answered May 6 '11 by paulmorriss
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I suspect it's something to do with Punycode - the way of encoding Unicode characters into ASCII for domain names. However I don't understand the Punycode algorithm, so I can't see if allowing xx-- wo …
answered May 4 '12 by paulmorriss
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.orgs are very common, especially for non-commercial sites, so I would have thought there is no drawback in using the .org version.
answered Oct 3 '11 by paulmorriss
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It depends on which organisation is ultimately responsible for the top level domain, but for .com, .org and others, it's ICANN. They say Your domain name registration agreement with your registrar …
answered Nov 28 '12 by paulmorriss
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There's a varying amount of time after a domain expires while it still can be renewed by the original owner. How long is the redemption period on a domain? when does a domain name really expire befor …
answered Dec 15 '11 by paulmorriss
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The key is in this sentence: The server will set your pages to be hosted at example.com, and create redirects from www.example.com and charlie.github.com to example.com. "The server" is the gi …
answered Aug 2 '11 by paulmorriss
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GoDaddy/NameCheap etc. cost less, but offer less flexibility. Running a Linode virtual server is more complicated and offers more flexibility. An alternative middle ground is companies offering specia …
answered Mar 13 '12 by paulmorriss
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They are different because they could have different websites on them. Because www has been used since the early days of the web by convention they always have the same website on them. There is nothi …
answered Sep 19 '11 by paulmorriss
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Yes it does appear so: https://support.logicboxes.com/kb/servlet/KBServlet/faq658.html http://www.icann.org/en/announcements/advisory-10may02.htm However just because someone doesn't reply doesn't me …
answered Aug 11 '11 by paulmorriss
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You could use Google Custom Search which is free (and has ads and has less control of branding) if the client really wants to see it before sign-off. However it won't be as the final version will be b …
answered Jan 26 '12 by paulmorriss
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There are many places where delays could occur in the path between your domain and Google's servers. No, there's not a lot you can do about that.
answered May 4 '11 by paulmorriss
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I agree it's overkill. If this domain were to really take off and become popular, so that other people might want to set up their own websites with the same name and one of the extensions (technically called top level domains or TLDs), then that would be a problem. Is that likely though? …
answered Apr 8 '11 by paulmorriss
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If a website doesn't work without the www then I try it with, and some browsers automatically retry with a www if it fails without. If every link that points to your site uses the www then search engi …
answered Jun 14 '11 by paulmorriss
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You need to contact the support for your hosting company to see how you can configure your site so that it lives at the my-super-project.com. What is the hosting company?
answered Sep 19 '11 by paulmorriss
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To answer the last question - if you have a domain then you can set up any subdomains you like www2.domain.com, www3.domain.com etc.
answered Jul 5 '11 by paulmorriss

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