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Does the .co.uk registry (Nominet) have a 60 day waiting period for domain transfer?

Nominet.uk (the registry behind .co.uk) do not have any explicit terms on transfers of .co.uk domains, unless the domain is "expired" or "suspended" (from 30 days after expiry, lasts for 60 days). ...
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How to transfer an SSL certificate from one cPanel account to another? Do I need to transfer it? I have WHM with the new account

I was able to transfer a certificate using WHM for the new account, making use of these instructions as a partial guide: https://www.interserver.net/tips/kb/transfer-ssl-certificate-cpanelwhm/ In ...
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Paper Lantern Theme Changed for Newly Transferred cPanel Account

the "Paper Lantern" theme for this one new account looks like an old X3 theme. It sounds like you are seeing the "Retro" style of the "Paper Lantern" theme. (This does look very similar to the ...
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How to preserve ALL website's URLS when transferring to a new CMS as well hosting

If you want to preserve all URLs from your current website to new website, you can create the URLs in your new website. Preserving URLs: Technically, in terms of SEO, as long as the URL structure is ...
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Why do we have to wait 60 days between each domain transfer?

My experience is a little different. When I transfer a (.com) domain to LCN they offer an option to reject the 60 day lock. The transfer process takes a week and the domain owner is sent an email ...
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How to keep SEO URLs after migrating my website to WordPress?

On WordPress install a plugin to do 301 redirects... Yoast SEO and Redirection plugin both do this. They allow you to input the old URLs, and map them individually to the new URL's. I would advised ...
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Registering a domain as an individual and then assigning it to a company?

Your question depends on the TLD. If it is a gTLD, ICANN rules kick in, see the section "Inter-Registrant Transfer (Change of Registrant)" on https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/transfer-policy-2016-...
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Is it possible to transfer an old domain to a new subdomain?

No Whenever you put up a forward you will lose some "Google Juice". That is not to say your new pages will not rank, just to say they will rank slightly lower. Googles Algorithm willing, ...
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How to stop running website copying task initiated in Plesk Panel?

You will have to find the process and kill it. Use the command sudo ps aux to list all running processes. To narrow it down sudo ps aux | grep cp might work. It depends on how plesk implements this. ...
Steve's user avatar
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How do I disconnect my domain from the old website and connect it to the new website?

The very simple answer is "Make changes in your DNS". Unpacking this answer - There are multiple moving parts to hosting your website. I'm simplifying help you focus here but as an ...
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How to extract Universal Analytics data from earlier than 2023?

Google has recently issued instructions to complete this task before the July 1, 2024 deadline, as access to UA and all associated data will be deleted thereafter. https://support.google.com/analytics/...
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Is it possible to transfer an old domain to a new subdomain?

@davidgo answer represents the general consensus reached by experience and is uncontested, even by Google themselves. But recent comments suggest if the new location is up for a period of time, as to ...
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Can add-on domains be transferred to a new host before transfering the primary domain?

If you new shared host uses cPanel with "add-on domains" the same as your last host, it is generally best to keep the same structure. The same domain should be set as the primary domain ...
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Can add-on domains be transferred to a new host before transfering the primary domain?

All you have to do is point DNS records for the subdomain to your new host. If all you want is the website at the new host, then just update the IP address in your subdomain's A Record. If you also ...
Steve's user avatar
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Moving to another domain loss google search rank

This is very much normal. Google webmasters have lots of websites to track to. You need to give it time, Instead of using rewrite rule in .htaccess, Go to your domain control panel, and enter your ...
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Create FTP/SSH account with read-only access in DirectAdmin

SOLVED Create .ftpaccess file in directory that needs to be read-only for account [email protected]. Content of the .ftpaccess file: <Limit WRITE> DenyUser [email protected] <...
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What is the easiest/recommended way to transfer all DNS settings from external NS servers to 1&1 NS servers?

I'm not familiar with your specific DNS vendor, but historically, all DNS settings were kept in a "zone file". DNS server replication was based on transferring these files between DNS servers (and ...
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Transfer files from cPanel shared hosting to VPS with Plesk

As @Dan touches on in his comments there is a built in tool for migrating account from cPanel to Plesk. Prerequisites Your cPanel version is 9, 10, 11, 11.5 The destination server is running Plesk ...
Chris Rutherfurd's user avatar
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can't transfer and register a Canceled+/Expired .Li domain (with incomplete WHOIS)

You can't do anything. You can't transfer a domain that doesn't belong to you. There isn't a manual process that goes around this restriction. Restore is only offered to the owner of a domain. A ...
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can't transfer and register a Canceled+/Expired .Li domain (with incomplete WHOIS)

I believe that the registrant will have to reregister the domain in order to transfer it to you. Since it's past the redemption period, this may not be possible. Technically, the registrar now may own ...
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Domain from A, hosting from B, who'll receive the mail?

Whoever you point your MX and DNS record to. You are the one that controls that.
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Is there a Auth-Code Format Standard for .NET, .ORG and .COM?

The EPP authInfo (its true name per the specification) is defined by the registrar at the time the domain name is created (and later on can be updated). It was envisioned that it was under the ...
Patrick Mevzek's user avatar

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