How Redemption Grace Period (RGP ) Works ?

Problems and complaints relating to deletion of domain-name registrations are very common. Businesses and consumers are losing the rights to their domain names through registration deletions caused by mistake, inadvertence, or fraud. Current procedures for correcting these mistakes have proven inadequate. To move toward a solution to these problems ICANN developed the RGP. How RGP works: Now, the "delete" of a domain name (whether inside or outside of any applicable grace period) will result in a 30-day Deleted Name Redemption Grace Period. This grace period will allow the domain name registrant, registrar, and/or registry time to detect and correct any mistaken deletions. During this 30-day period, the deleted name will be placed on REGISTRY-HOLD, which will cause the name to be removed from the zone. (The domain name will not…
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HTTP Response Status Codes

A server reponse code is a three digit number sent by a server to a user in response to a request for a web page or document. They tell the user whether the request can be completed, if the server needs more information, or if the server cannot complete the request. Usually, these codes are sent 'silently' - so you never see them as a user. However, there are some common ones that you may wish to set up error pages for, and they are listed below. click for clear picture   Informational 100 Continue 101 Switching Protocols 102 Processing (WebDAV; RFC 2518) 2xx Success 200 OK 201 Created 202 Accepted 203 Non-Authoritative Information (since HTTP/1.1) 204 No Content 205 Reset Content 206 Partial Content (RFC 7233) 207 Multi-Status (WebDAV;…
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