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Domain registrars are so similar that the differences come down to: A. Price Price is not necessarily an indicator of registrar quality; it could simply be an indicator of sales volume. It's not wise to assume that a more expensive domain registrar is a better one. It is worth comparing prices, though, especially for multi-year registrations, which can ...


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Reseller Web Hosting - The small print You should be aware that a lot of resellers accounts are not the same as if you was to buy just a single account from them. Some companies restrict or allocate the amount of resources you can have so each customer you add the slower your service becomes. This isn't always the case but some do it, furthermore you might ...


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The certificates game has changed and admittedly I have not kept up. I do know that there are companies providing certificates that are less than trustworthy. Certificates are evaluated and part of that is the reputation of the issuer. It is possible that a certificate is rejected because the issuer is not trusted. If you feel confident about the certificate ...


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Choose a completely different domain It's easy to get attached to a name, but it's cheaper and faster to abandon the name once you find all domain variations are taken. This makes sense especially if the social media names for your preferred domain are also taken, because these may be even harder to acquire than the domain itself. Choose a slight variation ...


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There isn't any option in cPanel that I know of which does this. There may be a plugin but doubt it. Your best bet is to use Google Calendar and install the plugin into Chrome you can setup multiple notifications pop-up, and email as well as set it to notify you any quantity of days in advance. If you use Android your phones calendar can sync to Google so ...


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I am expecting you don't have access to your Cpanel or Reseller's Customer login panel. The best solution would be transferring your domain to another host it will give you the flexibility to keep hosting and domain decoupled, and you would not get stuck in the same situation again. Below are the criteria you must satisfy to initiate transfer of your ...


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Why not? It's really up to you and the buyer to negotiate what they want. Any experienced web person will probably have their preferred hosting service and will want to move the hosting to their own servers. If they want your blog content, then you should at least export the DB and any resource files so they can replicate the site when they move. If they ...


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You should try to transfer the domain to another registrar. If the registrar you bought the domain from won't transfer the domain, then you technically don't really own it. Therefore this is fraud and you should report it to ICANN or maybe even VeriSign. On top of that, your payment provider may compensate you if you are lucky. It seems that you and the ...


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I hope, your question is, "How do we know is it a reseller hosting company or hosting company with their own servers? " There is one way to find out, You can find out using the hostname of the server. Most of the hosting companies will have a pattern in naming the servers. For example, example will have a hostname like serverXX.example.com So, in this ...


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Your approach will work. Get a small reseller account (~10 domains) with a control panel of your preference (cPanel being the most popular) and transfer project1 and project2 there. However, in my opinion, a small VPS or a Cloud server (with cPanel license) would be optimal. This requires some knowledge of Linux but gives you a lot more control as an admin....


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