Registering a .ie could be about to get a whole lot easier if the IEDR’s proposal to relax one of the registration rules goes ahead. What would change? Currently, when you register a .ie domain name you need to show:… Continue Reading →

Rights owners can claim free .uk

This week, we’re writing to customers who have reserved .uk domains with some exciting news – for a very limited time, we’re giving them the .uk domain(s) they have the right to register, for FREE. If you have a reserved… Continue Reading →

WordPress vulnerability leads to compromised sites

WordPress recently confirmed a security flaw has existed in its WordPress blogging software since the end of 2016. The bug has affected tens of thousands of websites, specifically WordPress blogs and news of the vulnerability continues to spread via popular… Continue Reading →

Chrome warns when a page is ‘not secure’

Is your website’s connection secure? Google Chrome is about to change how non-secure pages are displayed so now is a good time to check. From this month, Chrome will start marking HTTP sites as not secure so users will be… Continue Reading →

We’re changing our Control Panel!

It’s often the case that companies in our industry use custom control panels which are clunky to use and which look dated. Our own control panel is over 10 years old now, clunky and dated are amongst some of the… Continue Reading →

Get your hands on one and two letter .ie domains!

IEDR, the .ie Registry, have made the decision to allow one and two letter .ie domains to be registered. They do expect there to be fierce competition for these domains, particularly in cases where more than one company uses the… Continue Reading →

SiteLock security; what is it and how can it benefit my website?

  With the recent launch of the names.co.uk Limitless web hosting packages we’re taking a look at SiteLock domain security, and how it can benefit your website. Our top two unlimited packages offer you peace of mind thanks to smart… Continue Reading →

Have you got all your domain bases covered?

Value the Classics Classic domain extensions such as .com, .co.uk and .net are well established on the web and recognised by everyone making them unlikely to ever go out of fashion. They are a staple choice, a great foundation for… Continue Reading →

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