Wednesday, 29 July 2015

The market is flooded with plenty of domain names and as .COM becomes less available, it’s a good idea to stay at the .TOP to be always remembered. We’re thrilled to announce the launch of .TOP at a fantastic price of just $3.95, valid till 31st August, 2015!

Why .TOP? 

Regardless of the scale and the nature of the business, .TOP is where everyone wants to be!
  • Generic – It needs no interpretation and can be registered by anyone, it’s flexible and memorable
  • Stands out - Your business needs a short and crisp TLD name that helps you cut through the clutter and makes you stand out. That’s exactly what .TOP has to offer to you
  • Top means the best – TOP is synonymous with the best, it offers high credibility and trust of quality
Because .TOP is generic, it‘s suitable for everyone. Big brands like Apple, Baidu, Chanel, Chrome, Flickr, Gmail, Google, Kindle and Yahoo have chosen .TOP.

We have made a few changes to the life cycle of the .EU domains on our systems following a change made by the registry. EU domains will now follow a life cycle similar to that of gTLDs.

For domains registered before September 15th, 2014, the domains will expire on the 2nd last day of the expiring month and will then go through a 25 day renewal grace period. On non renewal during this period, the domain will be deleted and the customer will have to restore it within 40 days. For domains registered after September 15, 2014, the domains will expire on the same day as the registration date in the expiring month and then go through a 25 day renewal grace period. On non renewal, the domain will be deleted and would need to be restored within 40 days.
In simpler terms, post 3rd August, the expiry date that is shown on OB is the date the domain will expire on.

If the domain is renewed anytime before the domain goes into quarantine, the expiry date will be extended by 1 year. If the domain is renewed/reactivated after it goes into quarantine, the expiry date will be extended by 2 years.

Click here to register your .eu with Thexyz
Monday, 27 July 2015

We have been receiving complaints from WordPress users about problems with Chrome Beta v44. Symptoms include redirecting WordPress sites (including sites that do not have an SSL installed) to https://, regardless of their settings.

This was probably intended as a security improvement, to suggest HTTPs to the server wherever possible. Unluckily, it's breaking WordPress and other web server installations all over the web.

When the user’s browser is rolled back to previous version 43 – the issue is no longer present. 

The Chrome developers are aware of the issue and have already pushed an update.

However, until a patch is rolled out, a large amount of WordPress sites will appear to be insecure in Chrome. Chances are good that they will push out a bug fix earlier because of the growing number of complaints.

For now, if you experience the same issue, just uninstall the beta version and reinstall the stable one. Here you can follow the ongoing case:

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