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follow the indications in this SO answer https://stackoverflow.com/questions/60743863/azure-web-app-random-restart-can-anyone-expand-on-this-recommendation, and added the WEBSITE_ADD_SITENAME_BINDINGS_IN_APPHOST_CONFIG configuration with value 1 to the app service in the Azure portal. This is the only way so far to prevent the app service from restarting ...


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Your name server records (NS) point to ns2.dns-parking.com and ns1.dns-parking.com. Based on their name, that looks like DNS servers set up by a domain registrar for default tasks such as showing "site coming soon" notices and issuing redirects for alternate domain names. Looking up whois for that domain, those servers are owned by Hostinger. ...


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If your hosting only allows 1 website and that site is not your domain, then you need to either upgrade so you can include the new domain as an addon or you need a separate hosting plan. Looking at the DNS settings at intoDNS it can be seen that the nameservers are pointing to godaddy. Visiting your domain it takes me to http://elogee.com/defaultsite which ...


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If their email address is on the domain, use https://www.icann.org/users/password/new to have the EPP code sent to them. Transfer it to a new registrar and you now have control of nameservers and thus DNS. If you do as Trebor suggested and grab all the email, then you can migrate the WordPress site using a plugin (I like all-in-one migration [no ...


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I would take a look at using a POP client to download all of the emails for each email address ASAP. The advantage of POP is that it will download a local copy of the emails (IMAP emails are only stored on the server). This will at least give your client a local backup of their emails should the relationship with the current person deteriorate more.


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You don't have to change to www unless you want it. This will require to modify your CNAME file on GitHub also. You just need to create the appropriate A record with a static IP of your Minecraft server, unless it is a dynamic IP, you should have a CNAME record rather than an A record pointing to some services like (EX: No-IP) to dynamically correct the ...


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I believe as there is no real laws on the books, that, you can redirect any domain to anywhere you choose as long as it follows the law in regards not ie phishing, spoofing or obvious things like wire fraud which comes back to the aforementioned. For some owners who have limited hosting resources it can cause errors or crash server dependent on traffic ...


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If your question is "is it possible to renew for longer than 10 years", the answer is no as ICANN enforces a 10 year maximum. Thanks @Patrick for the clarification in the comments.


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Um, I have experienced about same case as you in wordpress and Wix. You are now using Wordpress, and do you want to remain google ranking of your site? Then, you should use duplicator plugin in wordpress, and upload it to new hosting driver. The way using duplicator plugin is easy. In my experience, two domains - old domain and new domain use same hosting ...


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