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How to Use Amazon Route 53 to Manage Your DNS. Amazon Route 53 is AWS's DNS management service.
This tutorial is written to show you how to change or modify the domain name in the cPanel/WHM web hosting control panel.
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Confused about CNAME records? This guide explains everything about a CNAME record and how you should apply it to your domain name to communicate on the World Wi
In this article,we shall cover how to set up a managed zone and a resource record for your domain name in Google cloud
This guide is compiled to help you modify your domain's Mail Exchanger (MX) records to point mail at a different server. Changing your domain name's MX record's
This tutorial will help learn how to manage the DNS Zones of your domains in Web Host Manager.
Use our amazing step-by-step guide to completely change the domain name of your WordPress site without losing your site customization and settings.
This article provides you with step-by-step instructions for adding additional domain names to your hosting account.
This tutorial shows you how to create a sub-domain using the cPanel web hosting control panel.
Regardless of what kind of web hosting you have, you likely have a website, and you likely use your domain name for email. Web and email hosting both depend on
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