Moving a web site can be somewhat challenging especially if you are trying to ensure that the changes you have made in the name server remain functional. This calls for some technology and this is where What’s My DNS comes in? Head over to www.whatsmydns.net if you are in need of a little assistance with website migration. A records are queried by default when you use the website and you are able to choose the DNS record that you wish. This is extremely useful if you are looking to track the propagation of the DNS changes that you have applied to a particular website.
The challenge that Linux users find when transferring a website to a new server using a different address is trying to figure out whether they are seeing the old website or the new one in their browsers. What’s My DNS can help you out with this. If you are using Mozilla Firefox as your web browser, you can also download the IPvFox add-on at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ipvfox/. This will help you to improve the performance of your webpage by giving you access to the source of the page elements. Start downloading the software now!