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What are .eu domain names? .eu Domain Names are new types of domain names which are available for individuals and businesses within the European Community. You can view the official .EU website here: http://www.eurid.eu/en/ Can I buy a .eu domain? Launc...
Primary Name Server: dns1.proexe.net Primary IP: 212.69.220.64 Secondary Name Server: dns2.proexe.net Secondary IP: 212.69.221.64 What are nameservers (DNS)? Nameservers are used to provide information about your domain name to other users on the the I...
The expense of registering and supporting a domain name is minor compared to the expense of marketing your domain name and your business. The last thing you want is for someone else (usually your competitors) to benefit from your efforts to establish your...
When you purchase a domain name you pay for the right to use the specific name for a certain period of time. With the possible exception of some national registries, this is not an indefinite period. You must maintain the yearly subscription and usage fee...
Choose a name that reflects the intent and purpose of your Website or business. Try to keep it short and snappy, and say it out loud, as if you were telling someone at a party to visit your Web page. Some domain names look good on paper but are conf...
Domain names vary in prices depending on the extension you wish to have. To find a list of prices, click on this link to go directly to the domain pricing page Domain Prices and Availability. Note: Some domain names must be registered for a minimum of 2 y...
Yes. You don't have to have an existing web site or be a registered business to register a Domain Name. You can register a domain name at any time and start your online identity. You could just use you domain name for email only.
Web hosting is an additional service to Domain Name registration.
There is one Registry for every Top-Level Domain. For example: The Registry for .com and .net domains is maintained by VeriSign, Inc. The Registry for .org domains is maintained by Public Interest Registry (PIR). The Registry for .biz domains is maintai...
Modifications to existing zones will be made immediately but, due to cacheing issues, may take a while to take effect; the existing records will have to expire from previously cached responses and this can take a few hours. Any new domains (zones) that ar...
The only valid characters for a domain name are letters, numbers and a hyphen "-". Other special characters like the underscore "_" or the exclamation mark "!" are not permitted. A domain name can be up to 63 characters long,...
Domain names are restricted to the 26 characters in the English language, plus numbers. The only "special" characters outside the basic alpha-numeric sets are hyphens. For example, my-domain.com Domain names can optionally comprise entirely of l...
We need the name, address and contact details of the person or company for whom the domain name is to be registered. FULL REGISTRATION DETAILS Registrant Name Registrant Trading Name (if different from above) Registrant Company Type: * UK Lim...
Generally, if you've registered the name in good faith, it's not a name belonging to an internationally known company, and you can show that you have a legitimate reason to use that name, then you are likely to be able to keep that name. That may not be t...
Otherwise known as a domain name server (DNS), nameservers are the magic behind the internet. Without them we'd have to remember long numbers (longer than phone numbers!) in order to send mail, surf the web etc. Each computer attached to the internet has ...
A WHOIS service allows you to look up the details of domain names. The WHOIS search results report gives you registration and expiration dates, contact information (if public) for the registrant.
DNS or the Domain Name System is an integral part of the Internet. It refers to a system of computers and databases on the Internet that are responsible for translating a Domain Name into an IP (Internet Protocol) address. Because humans find words much e...
Domain parking means one of two things. Firstly, most commonly: If you're not ready to host your site then you can register your domain and then leave it pointed to a default page indicating that the domain is registered but not yet being used. This is in...
Most Internet providers offer you a directory on their own domain. Most of the time, they look like this: www.example.com/~yourname/ In addition to having to explain the little squiggle mark (~ which is called a tilde) to your less net-savvy customers, th...
Yes, but only in the context of your domain name registration. ProExe does not give away, rent, sell, volunteer, or otherwise provide customer information to third parties except as required by law. Information about who is responsible for domain names is...