Frequently Asked Questions About Adult Web Sites


Are their websites made in the USA?

When hiring a web design or development firm, check to see if the work is being performed in-house in the USA. Many companies may have a U.S. phone number, but are really outsourcing the work to third world countries such as India. If that is the case, will you truly be dealing with someone who understands your adult site needs? Will they be there for you in the future? Will they literally be hacking together several open source scripts to build your web site? Those are some important questions to ask yourself, and them. Our web design company is located in Florida. We have been in business for over 10 years, developing web sites for all businesses and industries.

Therefore, we will be there for you now and in the future…

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Is your site a purchased template or original work?

When hiring a web designer, ask them if the layout is a purchased template or an original work. See if they are designing your site from the same pre-made templates other sites may be using. Make sure that if it is an original work, you will own the rights. What if you thought you were purchasing a custom web site and then saw other sites using the exact same website design?

Don’t let this happen to you.


Are these stock pictures and photos legal to use?

Make sure to carefully read the Terms of Use Page on any web site you are purchasing stock photos from. Most stock photo sites do not allow the models photos and pictures to be shown on any adult websites, dating sites, swinger sites, strip club sites and the like. As a matter of fact, you can actually be sued if you do use them wrongly.

Here are some common things to look for in the Terms of Use. These are real examples from actual stock photo websites:

"Unauthorized Uses: Without limitation, Content may not be used as a trademark, or for any pornographic use, unlawful purpose or use, or to defame any person, or to violate any person’s right of privacy, publicity or moral rights, or to infringe upon any copyright, trade name or trademark of any person or entity."

"Licensee may not: Use any Content in any way that is in Licensor’s reasonable opinion pornographic, defamatory, obscene, offensive, libelous, or in any way illegal, whether directly or in context or juxtaposition with specific subject matter and/or other materials; Use Content that depicts a person as part of any use involving sensitive subjects, including, without limitation, topics that may depict the subject matter of the Content in a negative or unfavorable light, that subject persons to ridicule, that imply illegal activities, and topics regarding all sexual issues, feminine hygiene, incontinence, impotence, sexually transmitted diseases, teen pregnancy, abortion and adoption, welfare or economic aid, dating agencies, substance abuse, physical or mental abuse, alcohol, drugs, tobacco, homosexual or alternative lifestyles, political or religious affiliation, medical conditions or procedures, other health and mental health issues, or the disparagement of a person or product;"

"Use an Image in a way that places any person depicted in the Image in a bad light or in a way that they may find offensive - this includes, but is not limited to the use of Images: a) in pornography, "adult videos" or the like; b) in ads for tobacco products; c) in ads or promotional materials for adult entertainment clubs or similar venues, or for escort, dating or similar services; d) in connection with political endorsements; e) in advertisements or promotional materials for pharmaceutical or healthcare, herbal or medical products, including, but not limited to dietary supplements, digestive aids, herbal supplements, personal hygiene or birth control products; and f) uses that are defamatory, or contain otherwise unlawful, offensive or immoral content. You may not use an Image containing the likeness of a person if such use implies that the model engages in any immoral or illegal activity or suffers from a physical or mental infirmity, ailment or condition."

"Depicted in the Content is a model, that depicts such person in a potentially sensitive subject matter, including, but not limited to mental, and physical health issues, social issues, sexual or implied sexual activity or preferences, substance abuse, crime, physical or mental abuse or ailments, or any other subject matter that would be reasonably likely to be offensive or unflattering to any person reflected in the Content"

Yes, these terms can lead to serious legal issues for you and your web site, so always check the terms of use carefully.

Contact us and we will help you find photos that can be used on your web site…


Why don't we use Flash?

We try not to build sites in Flash for two main reasons. The first reason is that it does not work on iPhones and iPads, which alienates around 100 million users. Second, is that search engines typically don’t index Flash sites well.

Yes, large brand name companies can do it and get away with it, because they are known name brands. However, for a smaller lesser known company, it is going to be hard to gain a lot of free search engine traffic with a Flash web site. Make sure your site is readable by the search engines.


What is a 301 Redirect in a .HTACCESS file?

When you change the name of a web page or remove it and do not want to lose that visitor traffic, you can add a 301 redirect in an .htaccess file on Linux based servers. 301 is a permanent redirect and 302 is a temporary redirect if the page will be returning soon.

The .htaccess file is usually in the main folder with the web pages, however, it may be hidden, so check with your server file manager so that you don’t accidentlly overwrite it.

Remember that not only did search engines index the old page, but visitors may have bookmarked the page, emailed the link to someone, or many have even posted the link to their blog.

What this piece of code in the .htaccess file does is tell the search engines and the visitor’s browsers that this page no longer exists, so go to the following page instead.

Example: oldwebpage.html is permanently redirected to newwebpage.html in the following code.

Redirect 301 /oldpage.html http://www.example.com/newwebpage.html


iPhone: Setting up Email Accounts

We know you're excited to get your email set up on your iPhone®, iPad® or iPod® Touch. We should have your email working on your device in about 5 minutes. These steps work for most of our customers, but sometimes you might need to make some additional changes depending on where you live and which ISP(s) you use.

Set up Email on Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch

[Android] Go to Settings.
On the Settings screen, tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
Tap Add Account.
Tap Other.
Tap Add Mail Account.
Enter your Name, email Address, Password, and a short Description for your email. Tap Next.
If you have IMAP, tap IMAP. If you're not sure, tap POP.
Use these settings for your Incoming Mail Server, depending on the type of email account you have:

POP
Tap POP at the top.
Host Name pop.secureserver.net
User Name Enter your full email address.
Password Enter your email account password.

IMAP
Tap IMAP at the top.
Host Name imap.secureserver.net
User Name Enter your full email address.
Password Enter your email account password.
Use these settings for your Outgoing Mail Server:
SMTP (Outgoing Mail Server)
Host Name smtpout.secureserver.net
User Name Enter your full email address.
Password Enter your email account password.

NOTE: Even though iOS labels these fields as Optional, our email servers require them to send email.
If you have IMAP, tap Next, and then tap Save. Otherwise, just tap Save.

That's it. On your device, go to Mail (it's usually in the row at the bottom of your screen). If everything is working OK, you should see some email messages. To make sure you can send messages, go ahead and compose an email and send it to yourself.

If you're not receiving email messages or you can't send messages, see iPhone: Troubleshooting Email. Don't worry. There are a few things that can happen during the setup process. We'll help you investigate and fix them.


What is a SSL Certificate?

The SSL certificate is what makes the little padlock show up on your browser to show that the web site is secure. Each site needs its own secure certificate to avoid a warning screen that will appear if the domain name does not match the exact name on the certificate.

Each site must also have its own dedicated IP address, although the new Plesk control panel has been working on a way to make site secured with a shared IP, but it is not yet compatible with all browsers as of the time of this writing.

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. SSL is the de facto standard for creating a secure, encrypted link between a Web server and a browser, which ensures safe passage of sensitive information, such as credit card numbers. E-commerce websites, banks, etc. use SSL as a means to protect online transactions with their customers. Once a secure connection is established, SSL encrypts information sent from your browser to the Web server.

More Information: Get Low Cost SSL Certificates


What is DNS?

The Domain Name System (DNS) provides visitors access to websites using domain names rather than IP addresses.

How does DNS work?

DNS translates human-speak (domain names) into computer-speak (IP addresses). Domain names are text-based names used to identify a website or Internet location. IP addresses are strings of numbers used by every computer connected to the Internet to identify a website's location and communicate with other computers and Web servers.

DNS translates the text-based website or location identifier a visitor enters to the number-based IP address of the associated website or Internet location. For example, coolexample.com is a domain name. 208.109.80.196 is an IP address associated with coolexample.com. DNS translates the domain name coolexample.com to the IP address 208.109.80.196.

Using DNS, we can enter easily-remembered text-based domain names and reach machine-readable Internet addresses.

How does DNS know which IP address to use?

Each domain name stores its DNS information in a zone file. Large collections of zone files for different domain names are stored on nameservers. Domain names point to nameservers to locate their zone files to do this, a domain name must point to the nameserver holding its specific zone file. How do I know which nameserver to use?

When you register a domain name with us, we automatically park the domain name and set its nameserver to our parking servers. If you activate the domain name or make changes to your website's hosting, your hosting company provides the nameserver names or IP addresses where your domain name's zone file is located. Use this information to update your domain name settings at your registrar. Once you've updated your nameservers or IP address, allow 24 to 48 hours for the new information to propagate through the Internet, and then visitors can reach your website using your domain name.


Public vs. Private Domain Name Registration

Per our registrar agreement with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the contact and registrant information listed for your domain name must be made public. Using false information is a violation and can lead to the termination of your domain name registration.

We understand most people do not want their personal contact information (name, address, email address, and phone number) made public in the Whois database. That’s why we have offered Private Registration services through an affiliate company, Domains By Proxy® (DBP), since 2002.

When you purchase DBP Private Registration services, the Whois database lists DBP's name, mailing address, and phone number instead of your personal contact information.

DBP also creates a private unique email address for your domain name you decide to have any arriving email forwarded, filtered for spam, or not forwarded at all.

Although DBP is listed as the registrant of your domain name on the Whois database, you retain FULL CONTROL over your domain name.

You can:

Cancel, sell, or renew your domain name
Control the content for your website
Set the nameservers for your domain name
Update your underlying domain name contact information
Resolve any and all disputes involving your domain name

Private Registration provides a variety of benefits! It helps you:

Protect your identity
Stop domain name-related spam
Thwart harassers and stalkers
End data mining
Maintain personal and family privacy
Prevent your domain from being hijacked
Shield legitimate entrepreneurial business endeavors
Voice political and other First Amendment speech

DBP does not allow you to use its services for spamming, violating the law, or engaging in morally objectionable activities. Violating these policies will result in service cancellation.


Applying for a Certified Domain

A Certified Domain shows website visitors that the site's domain has passed our validation process and that the domain owner's credentials have been authenticated by a trusted authority. To add a Certified Domain seal to your website, you must apply for domain certification.

To Apply for a Certified Domain

Log in to your Account Manager.
In the My Products section, click Domain Manager.
Use the checkbox(es) to select the domain name(s) you want to modify.
Click Upgrade.
Click the Enhancers button near the top of the window to display possible domain enhancement upgrades.
On the Certified tab, select the number of certification years from the drop down list, click Add and then click Checkout.
Continue through the checkout process.

Your domain is automatically submitted for certification.


How Soon Can I Use the Domain Name after it is Purchased?

Most of the time, the domain name will work with in just minutes after you purchase it. Here is my quick way to do it if you have a dedicated or virtual dedicated server. First, set up the web hosting account on your server on the IP address you want to use for the web site.

Secondly, make sure to put up at the very least a simple home page describing what the web site will be about, and be sure to use proper title and description tags in the head of the page. Next, when acquiring domain name being extra careful to point the name servers at your server before you finalize the purchase. Then five minutes later check your domain name in the URL bar of your browser and you will most likely already see your web site appearing.

Many times after performing this method I have checked Google two days later and have already seen the new home page has been indexed without submitting anything. Google seems to check new sites right away and you only have one change at a good first impression.

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