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Available The domain name is available for registration. Each registrar can register the domain name using a create domain command. The first registrar which submits the domain registration order and has sufficient funding will receive the domain name. After the successful registration of the domain name, the add-grace period will begin. An available domain name cannot be transferred, deleted, updated, or restored and will not be in- cluded in the zone file. Add-Grace Period (AGP) The AGP starts after the successful registration of the domain name and lasts for five days. During this peri- od the registrar can submit a delete domain command to delete the domain name and will receive a com- plete refund of the registration fee. This refund does not include non-refundable fees of the registration pro- cess. However, the AGP follows the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) AGP consensus policy to charge the registrar for excessive deletion activity during this period. During the AGP, the domain name is considered registered and therefore offers the same possibilities available during the re- gistered period described below. A domain name in the AGP is included in the zone file and may not be transferred. The registrar license and agreement prohibits a domain name holder from changing registrars within the first 60 days of the initial registration, enforced by the SRS. If a domain name is renewed during this period and then subsequently deleted, the owning registrar will only receive a refund for the initial regis- tration fee. Registered A domain name can be registered for a period of one to ten years. During this period the domain name can be transferred to another registrar using the transfer domain command if the requesting registrar has suffi- cient funding to pay the transfer domain fee. The transfer of a domain name will extend the registration peri- od for one year, but cannot exceed ten years total registration period. The domain name can be renewed any time by the owning registrar using the renew domain command if the owning registrar has enough funding for the domain renewal fee. However, the maximum registration period of ten years can never be exceeded. A registered domain name is included in the zone file if associated with any host objects. Expired If the domain name passes its expiration date without being renewed by the owning registrar, the domain name will enter the auto-renew grace period. An expired domain name is included in the zone file if associ- ated with any host objects. Auto-Renew Grace Period (ARGP) During this period the owning registrar has the possibility to delete the domain name using the delete domain command and receive a refund of the domain renewal fee. The ARGP lasts for 45 days. A transfer to another registrar is possible if the requesting registrar has enough funding for the domain transfer fee. A transfer pro- cess will extend the domain registration period for one year, but cannot exceed ten years total registration period. If the registration period is already ten years, the transfer will not extend the registration period. After 45 days without a renewal, the domain name will enter the redemption-grace period. During the ARGP the domain name will still be in the zone file if associated with any host objects. Redemption Grace Period (RGP) If a domain name enters the RGP it will be excluded from the zone file and the domain name will no longer resolve. During this period no renewal, transfer, or new registration of the domain name is possible. The RGP lasts for 30 days. During this time the owning registrar can restore the domain name. The registrar can submit an extended update domain command (restore) to reactivate the domain name if the registrar has enough funding for the restore domain fee. If a domain is restored it will enter the registered status with a re- gistration period of one year. It will be included into the zone file with the associated host objects that were used before entering the redemption grace period. If a domain name passes the 30 days of redemption grace period (75 days total after expiration) the domain name will enter the pending delete period and can no longer be restored. Pending Delete In the pending delete period the domain name is set for deletion. The period lasts for five days and prohibits any process from occurring regarding the domain name. It will not be included in the zone file. After five days the domain name will be released and available for new registration through a valid domain registration or- der. Released The domain name is deleted from the SRS and enters the available period. The domain name will be imme- diately available for registration to all registrars

What is Domain Registration Life Cycle?

The registration life cycle of a domain name includes the following periods: Available Add-grace period Re-gistered Expired Auto-Renew Grace Period Redemption Grace Period Pending Delete and Released   Available The domain name is available for registration. Each registrar... [+]

What is Domain Registration?

What is Domain Name Registration?

What is Domain Name Registration? Domain name registration refers to the process of registering a domain name, which identifies one or more IP addresses with a name that is easier to remember and use in URLs to identify particular Web pages. The person or usiness that registers domain name is... [+]

Evolution of HTML WordPress Web Sties Miami

Evolution of HTML language

HTML is an evolving language. It doesn’t stay the same for long before a revised set of standards and specifications are brought in to allow easier creation of prettier and more efficient sites. Let’s start at the beginning... HTML 1.0 HTML 1.0 was the first release of HTML to the world. Not... [+]

History of HTML Who Invented HTML

History of HTML – Who Invented HTML?

A humble physicist is the father of the web Websites are becoming ever more sophisticated; utilising music, video and all manner of bells and whistles to create truly interactive experiences. The coding languages used to create these sites are becoming more complex and intuitive for programmers to use.... [+]

The History of HTML What is HTML?

What is HTML?

Ah, the eternal question... Well, actually, no. But still, it obviously puzzles enough people. Let’s get some answers to the basic and most frequently asked questions first then, eh? HTML is a computer language devised to allow website creation. These websites can then be viewed by anyone else connected... [+]

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