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 Most of the WordPress website owners and Web Developers struggles a lot to clear this issue. Many people use different methods to resolve this issue. Some will be difficult and some easy. Today i am going to suggest this Tip. I have used it for many websites. A specially, when you are moving WordPress site one hosting to another Hosting provider by Cpanel. For the first time I encountered something very unusual as I noticed few of my WordPress database tables couldn’t be repaired. Here is what error message looked like: wp_se_author_advertising:......

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 An MX (standing for mail exchanger) record defines what server is responsible for dealing with all emails. In MX records, there are different priorities. The higher the number, the lower the priority. Thus, if you have a priority of 0, then this server will be attempted first. An MX record has to be a full qualified domain name. It cannot directly be an IP address, however it is very simple to create an A record pointing to mail.yourdomain.com, and then adjusting the proper MX entry. The main purpose of MX entries is......

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 The windows host file is a file included in Microsoft Windows that can be set to override where domain names resolve to. For example, you can force set “www.domain.com” to resolve to IP address “127.0.0.1”, or locally. The Windows Host File location in Windows is: Windows 95 = C:windows Windows 98 = C:\windows Windows Me = C:\windows Windows 2000 = C:windows\system32\drivers\etc Windows XP = C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc Windows NT = C:\winnt\system32\drivers\etc Windows Vista = C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc Windows 7 = C:\windows\System32\drivers\etc In order to edit this file in later versions of windows, you may need to......

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 A DNS cache is simply locally stored location information about where websites are on the internet. If you have recently moved to a different dedicated IP address or web host, then your computer may still use this old DNS information when looking up your website. This is normally updated automatically in a few hours, but sometimes you may need to force clear it. To clear your cache in windows: 1. Click Start 2. Go to All Programs, Accessories, Command prompt. 3. On the command prompt, type: ipconfig /flushdns as one line and......

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 Checking what your DNS records are is important when you’re trying to change your MX entry, A records, or changing where your DNS is pointing to. This can be helpful to check when you are moving hosts, your host has updated your dedicated IP number, or a variety of other instances. The easitest way I have found to check your overall DNS status is IntodDNS: http://intodns.com/ However, IntoDNS relies on a cache, which means the information can be outdated and it may not be correct. To see a live DNS check of your......

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