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  What is ID Protection?

Did you know that when you register a domain name, the registration details are available to anyone who searches a public database online? It's called the WHOIS database. The details stored could...

 How do I change a Domain's Registrant?

4serv are not able to make this change for you, this will need to be done with the Governing Registry for the domain name. 4serv cannot make this change, as a re-seller this is outside of our...

 How to choose your domain name?

Choosing your domain name is an important task. That’s because once you buy a domain, anyone wanting to visit your website will have to type that name into their browser. But before typing it, they...

 Understanding domain names

When you think of the Internet, you probably think of ".com." Just what do those three letters at the end of a World Wide Web address mean?In order to locate online data, the web servers that host...

 What is a domain name and how can I buy one?

A domain name is a human-friendly address, sometimes called a URL (Uniform Resource Locator). The internet works on IP (Internet Protocol) addresses. These are numbers, much like a telephone...

 What is a nameserver?

A nameserver maintains a directory of domain names that match certain IP addresses. In other words, it’s where the DNS server records for your domain are stored, allowing you to decide which...

 What is a subdomain?

A subdomain is subdivision of a domain name, allowing you to put content in your URL before your namespace. For example, blog.companyname.com or shop.companyname.com would be a subdomain of the...

 What is the difference between the Domain contact and the Account contact?

Domain Contact The Domain contact is the legal owner of the domain name as shown on a WHOIS lookup as the registrant, this can be an individual or a company/organisation name as required. If you...

 What is Whois Privacy ?

WHOIS privacy is a protection service offered by most domain name registrars and third-party providers. This service helps prevent people from looking up WHOIS information on your domains. Rather...

 Why changing my DNS take 24-48 hours to propagate?

Every domain has two name servers assigned to it and these are the only two name servers that hold records for the domain. However, when another server somewhere else in the world, queries the name...

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