What is a URL? 10277 liked
A Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is the way we can locate different parts of a web site. Read this guide to learn more.
What is a domain name Backorder? 1694 liked
A Backorder is a reservation of a Registered Domain. The Crazy Domains system will scan and monitor the domain and attempt to register it as soon as it becomes available.
What is Domain Privacy? 1178 liked
Domain Privacy is a service that hides all your personal information from the public eye. This will protect you from spammer, identity thief, hackers and domain hijacking.
What is a Domain Transfer? 610 liked
A Domain Transfer is transferring the management of the Domain Name from under one registrar to another registrar. All contact information and ownership will remain to you.
What is an MX record? 98 liked
Mail Exchange record is a type of DNS record that defines how email is routed for the domain & delivered to the correct address.
Can I register a Brand name? 43 liked
If the domain is available and it is your brand name then you may register it. However, it is your responsibility to make sure that you do not infringe the rights of any other company or individual.
What is an ABN? 50 liked
An ABN or Australian Business Number is an 11-digit number that is unique, for exclusively identifying your business.
I can't Register the Expired domain name 15 liked
Although a domain name may have expired, it is not immediately available for registration by the general public. This is because most domain registries allow a time period after expiry to renew.
How do Domain Names work? 43 liked
A domain name is usually connected to a web hosting account on a server. Any user who enters a domain will be displayed with a website, in the web hosting folder.
What is a TLD? 71 liked
A TLD means Top-Level Domain, it identifies the most general part of the domain name in an Internet address. It is also the highest domain level in the hierarchical Domain Name System.
What is WhoIs Privacy? 88 liked
WhoIs Privacy also known as Domain Privacy is a service that hides all your personal information from the public eye. This will protect you from spammer, identity thief, hackers and domain hijacking.
What is the UDRP 56 liked
UDRP stands for Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy, a process that defines how trademark-based domain disputes are resolved.
My domain name has Expired 14 liked
When your domain name is expired, all web and email connected services will not work. You do not own this domain name. This domain will become available again for registration.
Can I Change a registered Domain Name 60 liked
Unfortunately once the domain name has been registered (even if it is just a one letter change) it cannot be changed. We have no control to make such changes as these are registry regulations.
What is an AAAA Record? 116 liked
The AAAA Record (quad A Record) points a domain or subdomain to an IPv6 address so that when someone types that domain or subdomain in the address bar, the browser knows where to go.
What is a CAA record? 62 liked
The CAA record is a newly implemented record type that domain owners use to identify which CAs are allowed to issue certificates.
What is a Name Server? 22 liked
A Name Server is a basic part of DNS which translates your domain name from words into a format that the computer understands.
What is Domain Lock? 21 liked
A domain name set with a Domain Lock (Registrar Lock) status will prevent unauthorised domain transfers. By default all domain names are set to Domain Lock for extra protection.
What is a TXT Record? 976 liked
TXT Record is a type of DNS record containing text info for sources outside of your domain & is used to provide additional info.
What is Premium DNS? 729 liked
Premium DNS offers more features compared to Standard DNS, providing full DNS control & a fast, reliable, & secure cloud service.
How do I apply Anycast Network? 47 liked
Anycast Network will be applied automatically when you use the Premium DNS service for you domain management. You can upgrade anytime to Premium DNS within your account manager.
What is a SRV Record? 116 liked
A SRV Record (Service Record) indicates the location of a service using a specific destination port number and hostname. This guide explains SRV Records.
How to renew Premium DNS 20 liked
If you've received a renewal notice or just want to extend/renew your Premium DNS, you can do this quickly with these easy steps.
How to setup Premium DNS 8 liked
Premium DNS gives you the fastest, most reliable DNS network for your domain name. Here's you can set it up for your domain name.
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