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What characters can I use in my domain?
There are some rules in this regard and MrDomain also registers IDN domain names....Read More
What is a domain?
A domain is an Internet address that can belong to a company, an individual, an association... and the owner, by having his/her own domain, also has a presence on the Internet....Read More
What is the propagation of domain names?
Once InterNIC or EsNIC registers a domain name, within 24h it will be fully active. All the Internet providers must update their records (DNS tables) to reflect the latest incorporations. This process receives the name of propagation.Read More
What is Whois Privacy?
The Whois Privacy service permits you to hide your public data in the domain's whois. This data is visible to any person that wants to know the ownership of a domain. This data can be consulted from our website as from any other domain registration company because it's a public access database....Read More
How do I upload my website via FTP?
The data to connect with an FTP client (Filezilla, CuteFTP, EasyFTP, LeechFTP, etc…) is always the same, although they may have a different nomenclature depending on the software used....Read More
What is MySQL?
It is a database manager with which you can create your own scripts to access the database and carry out any type of enquiry. It's used to create all types of dynamic websites, forums, search engines... as it consists of a database manager that is totally adapted to the Internet world.Read More
What is the FTP?
FTP is a protocol created on the Internet for transferring files between computers....Read More
What is Web Hosting?
Web hosting is the service of providing the client with a space on servers with permanent and reliable connections to the Internet, within which to place the website and for it to be accessible to any internet user anywhere in the world. It also includes other features such as email accounts, databases, etc......Read More
Can I use my space for commercial purposes?
Yes, the Internet has become a profitable and effective way of getting information to users.Read More
What is a digital certificate?
The SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a security protocol developed by the company Netscape Communications to ensure that the transmission of data between a server and a user, or vice versa, over the Internet, is completely secure. The SSL is an open protocol, which means that it can be used by any Internet applications manufacturer, with one of its greatest advantages being that it can be used with any of the Internet services (WWW, FTP, news, mail...), although it is normally used for WWW traffic.Read More
What is a DNS?
It is a database which stores information associated with domain names within networks such as the Internet. All computers connected to the Internet have a public IP address, something like 188.8.131.52, the DNS stores this IP addresses and associates them with the hosts.Read More
In case of a mail failure what should I do?
You can carry out various tests to solve it:...Read More
How do I use UKash?
It is easy to use: you need simply acquire a prepayment card or coupon at any point of sale for the required amount: from 10 to 700 in multiples of 5. In other words: 10, 15, 20, 25, etc which will be the amount that the user will then have available to make purchases on the Internet....Read More
We call domain to the address by which you can access a server without using its IP....Read More
A gTLD is a generic extension, that are not controlled/managed by any country (as with the territorial extensions or ccTLDs), gTLD is managed by ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) nad others agencies....Read More
We call IDN or Internationalized Domain Name to an Internet domain that contains at least one specific linguistic character of a language as is the case of Spanish, in wich will be included the domains that contains the Ñ....Read More
The IP direction identifies a machine (normally a computer, a server, mobile, ...) on internet....Read More
WHOIS is a public database in which the data of the ownership of the domains is stored, also showing their expiration dates....Read More