Changing the nameservers on a Domain Name allows you to point a domain name to a different host, so if you have a domain registered with 1&1 you will need to change the nameservers to link it to your web hosting with us. The process of changing the nameservers at 1&1 is different to most other hosts so we have written this guide to help you.
In this screencast, we show you how to create email addresses that use your own domain name. This means that you can send and receive emails that look much more professional than if you have to resort to your hotmail or gmail account. When people receive emails from your 'business' email address, they will take you more seriously.
Did you know that http://www.domain.com and http://domain.com are actually seen by the search engines as being two entirely different websites. Many website owners don't realise this and think that 'Hey, so long as my site loads that's good - right?" Well of course it's great that your site loads, but you are missing out on some good page credibility.
We often get asked by our customers what to do when another website has offered to link to their site, or that they have agreed to share links with a website of someone they know but aren't sure of the best way to go about it. It can be a bit tricky to understand how best to implement these 'external' links, so let's look at how we can construct optimised links..
So you have a domain name registered with another registrar / provider and you would like to transfer it into your Rediweb Hosting account. This is an ideal solution so you have all your digital media resources in just one place which makes administering your ‘Internet World’ so much easier.
If you have your Domain Name registered at 123-reg at the moment and are not ready to move the Domain Name into your account with us here at Rediweb Hosting, you can still use the Domain Name with your new Web Hosting Account. All you need to do is change the nameservers.
When you make changes to the DNS settings of a Domain Name, like changing the nameservers of your domain to point to your new Web Hosting Plan, the changes are not immediate. I wish there was an express lane for DNS updates, but it does not exist. Whilst we can do nothing to speed the process up, it may help if you understand what’s happening.
If you are moving your Web Hosting from a different service provider ( your current Web Host ), chances are you may have a Domain Name registered through them and associated with the Web Hosting you had with them. Perhaps you have been planning your website for quite some time and you previously registered your Domain Name/s with another registrar to keep them safe.