cPanel announced EOL (End of Life) for version 10.8.x and below. As per a communication released on 8th November, 2007, cPanel will no longer issue licenses for version 10.8.x or below after December 1, 2007. Few months back cPanel had release version 11 of it’s popular Hosting control panel and has now urged all it’s users to upgrade to latest version.
To upgrade to a newer version of cPanel and WHM, administrators can run /scripts/upcp from the command line or use the ‘Upgrade to Latest Version’ option in the ‘cPanel’ menu inside of WebHost Manager.
DotRegistrar (www.dotregistrar.com), one of the leading domain registration service providers, is in the process of upgrading all its client accounts and domains to the MyDomain.com Registrar system. As per a notice on www.dotregistrar.com, DotRegistrar will become part of MyDomain, in the coming weeks. With this upgradation some of the features of Dot Registrar have gone while some new features (free services) like URL Forwarding, Email Forwarding and DNS management has been added. However, this comes at a cost to existing clients of Dot Registrar. Continue reading “Dot Registrar migrates to MyDomain.com”
Few Domain Registrar companies (including hosting company of this site) have announced a brand new and exciting offer for .NET domains. Starting today, any new registration / renewal or transfer in of .NET TLDs will cost approximately Rs. 325/=. This offer is for limited time period and will be available up to 25th December, 2007. Continue reading “Pricing dips for all .NET Domain Names (Register / Renew / Transfer)”
Recently many registrars announced a dip in pricing for all second and third level .IN domain names. As the .IN promotion goes on, pricing for any new .IN domain name for an End User has come down to Rs. 200/= (plus / minus Rs. 50 depending on the Registrar). Earlier second level .IN domain names were being sold at Rs. 800/= and third level .IN domain names were sold for Rs. 450/=. Continue reading “Pricing dips for all New .IN Domain Names”
In today’s wired life everyone has an email id. And every one having an email id is prone to SPAM emails. Sometimes its frustrating to search one genuine email out of hundreds junk mail. Though each and every service provider, be it Hotmail or Yahoo! or Gmail or your ISP or your website host, tries to keep spam level to minimum by using various tools. But, this is a cat and rat game between spammers and service providers. Most of the times all anti spam measures fail to detect and filter all spam mails. Continue reading “How to Minimize Incoming Spam Mails”
The PHP development team, on 13-July-2007, has announced End of Life for PHP4. As per the notice on www.php.net support for PHP4 will continue till 31-Dec-2007 only.
Hence it is strongly suggested that you ask your development team to make your website suitable to run on PHP 5. For documentation on migration from PHP4 to PHP5, please check migration guide available on PHP website (www.php.net).
What the Problem is?
Mostly in India and moreover all over the world, it’s a rampant practice followed by so called web designers to register their client’s domain names with their own (web designers and not clients’) details. This is a complete lose-lose situation for clients. So called web designers’ first motive is to ensure that they take control of their clients’ domain names so that the client has no choice but to stay with the same designer, or lose his domain name in the process. Continue reading “Web designers, Clients and their Domain Names”
This is one problem area which most of the small designers / design companies face one time or the other. First of all you, as a designer, have to analyze as why the client didn’t pay??
The project was delayed?? Finished Project was not as discussed earlier?? If yes, then what caused this? Continue reading “Client not paying Money after getting work Done, How to get my dues?”
In last few years domain registry companies have seen customers taking away their .COM / .NET domains freely to other registrar. In the process some frauds also happened. To put a full stop to all this ICANN has made it mandatory for all domain transfers to be supported by a mandatory AUTH-INFO Code (or Transfer Authorization Secret). Continue reading “Changes in Domain Transfer Process (.COM / .NET)”
While most of the domain TLDs (like .com / .net / .in) expires as per its registration date, rules are different in case of .UK domain names. The .UK domains expiring on any day of a given month should be renewed or deleted before the 25th of the same month. Continue reading “Renewal Rules for .UK Domain Names”