This guide will outline what DNS is used for, its structure over the internet, the different types of records, and their uses on a DNS server.
In this article we will discuss how you can access the domain tester through my.pipe.co.
You may have noticed that there have been an increasing amount of new TLDs that have become available over the past year. We now have around 400 TLDs available to purchase on our domain registration website Purely.Domains.
Following Nominet’s recent wholesale price rise for all .uk domains, the other registries managing the more traditional domain names have followed suit. These include .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info and .me. Each of these registries have made small increases over … Continue reading
We’ve been asked by a few questions by various customers about how the new TLDs that are now available are treated by Google with regards to SEO and ranking, so we thought we’d post the answers for everyone to see.
As you may have read in the news, Nominet the .uk domain name registry are increasing the wholesale price of all .uk domains names by 50% from the 1st of March 2016. This includes .uk, .co.uk, .org.uk, .me.uk and .ltd.uk.
It is now even easier than ever to find that perfect domain name, with over 350 new top level domain name extensions available to register at Purely.Domains. As always, we like to keep pricing as simple as possible too. There’s … Continue reading
In this tutorial we are going to explain how to link multiple web hosting and domain registration accounts together using our customer account management system at my.pipe.co. my.pipe.co provides customers with a single entry point to access multiple Pipe Ten … Continue reading
From the 10th June 2014, Nominet are introducing the shorter domain extensions for the first time.
A few customers have asked us about defensive .uk domain registrations since Nominet’s recently announced launch date, we outline the current situation below.
So below we are going to take you through the process of transferring a domain from one account to another. The first step is to remove the domain from your current account. So lets walk through that processes.
Yes, we can host domain names from any country. You just need to contact your domain registrar and ask them to point your domain name at our nameservers. Once this pointing process has been completed and you domain is listed … Continue reading