SEO effects of redirecting from top level country domain to subdirectories on gLTD

I am developing a website which has 6-7 translations, the client owns the top level domain (.fr, .de, etc.) and wants to use these domains to direct users to the gTLD subfolder. I will be using Hreflang tags on the pages, but am wondering if there will be negative consequences from the redirects?

What’s the highest damage output for a Level 8 Grave Domain Cleric? [closed]

Assuming I can cast spells like spiritual weapon and spirit guardians in a single turn as well as spells like healing world and guiding bolt, what is the highest damage output in a single turn for me as a Kalishtar 8th level Grave Domain cleric?

All magic items available in Eberron are on the table as options.

Ability score modifiers:

  • STR: 2
  • Dex: 0
  • CON: 3
  • INT: 3
  • WIS: 5
  • CHA: 2

Foreign domain points to server and sends spam

I do have a really weird one. I am running a webhosting server that is being blocked by certain providers that use Cloudmark. I contacted the customer support and they got back with an email header that is unfortunately sending spam.

Received: from sub.domain.example ([1.1.1.1(my servers ip)]) Subject: sven.n.nilsson,=?utf-8?q?=62=65=6b=72=c3=a4=66=74=61=20=64=69=74=74=20=64=65=6c=74=61=67=61=6e=64=65=2e=2e=21=21=21?= From: =?utf-8?q?=53=77=65=64=69=73=68=20=6d=65=74=68=6f=64?=  <VNH9DI6HOW68YGD4AWRMSPB0VT7UWSHX5@gmail.com> 

The header states, that the mail came from my server. But how is that possible, I do have a closed relay and there is no mailbox for that domain. Furthermore, the domain is pointing to my servers’ IP. How can I prevent it from faking email headers and pointing to my servers’ IP?

Risks associated with developers using their own domain for development services

We have some development and test environments being served of our canonical domain, e.g. dev.example.com. We also have some services using obscure domains names from 3rd party providers like xjkhasdkjvhas.dns.ashdfb.3rdparty.io.

The canonical domain is maintained strictly by our sys admins.

Furthermore some services are not served on port 80 which means any new instances need to be opened on our company firewall. And also some of these services have dynamic IP which also causes our firewall to need updating/scripting.

To clean it all up I’d like our developers to use their own public dns, e.g. dev.ex.io. They can then standardise easily memorable names for services, create reverse proxies with certbot for dynamically changing services on obscure ports and also clean up our canonical DNS so it’s only used for production services.

Are there any real risks associated with this? The only thing I can think of is a public domain will provide clues as to our company and what services lie behind the domain (but that’s already an issue with dev.example.com). As long as developers don’t use this domain for production services is there a problem with this approach?

Moved site from primary domain of 1 cPanel, to add-on domain of 2nd cPanel, now site won’t load

I had a multisite WP install as the primary domain of a cPanel account. The website had the primary domain, plus a network site using a different domain.

I decided to move this website to become an add-on domain of a different cPanel account which had a totally unrelated primary domain.

I had to update the path, as example.com was now an add-on domain, rather than the primary domain.

However, now http://example.com redirects to http://example.com/wp-signup.php?new=example.com and I see the message in Chrome:

This page isn’t working. example.com redirected you too many times. Try clearing your cookies. ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

I don’t have any cookies for this domain.

This is my wp-config.php:

define(‘WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE’, true); define(‘MULTISITE’, true); define(‘SUBDOMAIN_INSTALL’, true); define(‘DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘example.com’); define(‘PATH_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘/’); define(‘SITE_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1); define(‘BLOG_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1); define(‘ADMIN_COOKIE_PATH’, ‘/’); define(‘COOKIEPATH’, ”); define(‘SITECOOKIEPATH’, ”); // define(‘COOKIE_DOMAIN’, $  _SERVER[ ‘HTTP_HOST’ ] ); // define(‘SUNRISE’, ‘on’); 

I’ve renamed .htaccess to .htaccess.temp and the issue remains.

I’ve checked wp_blogs and wp_options and the domains are correct.

Help appreciated. Steve

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