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Getting Started with Cloudways Guide

As we often recommend Cloudways as an excellent mechanism through which to access cloud instances from providers like AWS, Vultr, Digital Ocean, Linode and Google Cloud Platform, without taking on the technical debt of managing your own stack, particularly for WordPress and WooCommerce clients, we often find we are repeating some instructions. As a result, …

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Why Should I Get a .uk Domain?

As we are domain name resellers, and we often register domain names on behalf of clients, we’ve recently been receiving lots of emails about the new .uk domains that have recently come onto the market. These domains are interesting, insofar as Nominet, the UK domain registration service, has stipulated that, upon their release, a .uk …

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October – a busy month for domains

Namecheap have released their big data insights for 2018 based on 10 million domains under management. One of the more interesting insights is the impact of seasonality on an inherently season-proof industry: May / June and October / November are the busiest months for domain registrations. So whether it’s the pumpkin spiced latte or the …

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Preset Namecheap DNS for New Domains

Are you looking to setup DNS records for Namecheap domains you may add in the future, so that your domain just resolves, and doesn’t go through that “free parking at Namecheap” phase, or the additional Nginx 500 response that sometimes happens? The instructions below will get you there. Preconfigure Namecheap DNS to Auto Add DNS …

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How to setup your own Nameservers with Namecheap

Namecheap allows you to host your own nameservers, and therefore point your domains at your VPS or dedicated server‘s IP address more quickly in future, by doing the following: Note you only need to do this once, for the domain with which you will host the nameservers. Your future domains (assuming they reside on the …

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