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In this case the title used in the Google search results looks like it is taken directly from the single h2 element on the page (there is no h1). However, the HTML content is all uppercase - but Google is never going to use an all uppercase title in the search results so would appear to have just lowercased the lot. <h2><span class="style42&...


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See https://dnsviz.net/d/kesaralive.ml/YdfV0Q/dnssec/ and the big ERROR box: ml zone: The server(s) were not responsive to queries over UDP. (185.21.168.1, 2a04:1b00::1) You can not fix anything as the problem is not at your level but in your parent, the registry of .ml that has one of its authoritative nameserver broken which is not good but should in ...


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Do auctioned off domains commonly come with DNS baggage? The worst case may be some caching (typically then 1 day) of old information. This will only affect a small number of users, and is not normally a significant issue once the nameservers have been updated. Its certainly not the issue you are experiencing here. Why might Google Workspaces pick up an MX ...


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Do auctioned off domains commonly come with DNS baggage? If you acquire a domain from someone else it might have a working resolution already, so yet it might have DNS settings. If so, is that something you typically just chill and wait for? Once the domain is yours you are free to change the DNS settings (either/or the nameservers or their content aka ...


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Hosting at home is possible. It can be a good way to dip your toes into what it takes to run a web site. I started out hosting all my sites at home before eventually finding hosting in a data center. You should know that home hosting comes with some down sides: Home ISPs often block incoming connections on ports 80 and 443. If your ISP does so, you won't be ...


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