FAQ

What is a Domain Name?

The only characters allowed in a Domain Name are the 26 letters of the English alphabet, numbers 0-9, and hyphens (-). A domain cannot begin or end with a hyphen, but it may contain one or more hyphens. You may use up to 63 characters plus the gTLD (generic Top Level Domain: .com, .net, and .org) as part of the Domain Name. Each ccTLD (country code TLD) Registry has its own restrictions on the length and format. Domain Names are not case sensitive and are usually displayed in all lowercase. You may, however, use capital letters to emphasis words in your Domain Name, like: DavysKitchen.com.

My FTP Connection disconnection

If your FTP connection timed out without connecting, check your FTP settings to make sure you have specified the correct host or IP address.

How can you upload Data on website?

For data uploading different uploading softwares are available but a more easy and flexible software is Cute FTP, You can use this software to upload your site data.

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