Malaysian website developer Matrimonial Website Development company Malay Internet Services (MIS) is launching a new service to help web developers who are facing issues with their own website clone.
The new service, which has been launched with the help of a team of Malaysians and foreign developers, aims to help foreign developers get their web site clones up and running in Malaysia.
“It is the first step in our global journey of developing and managing web sites in Malaysia,” said MIS CEO and founder Datuk Erawang Syed Abdulaziz Aziz.
“With this service, we will assist developers with setting up a website clone in the country.
We believe that a lot of websites in Malaysia are not ready for the web.
We want to help developers overcome these challenges and create better, more secure websites.”ISPs and domain namesFor those who do not know, a website is a website that contains information and links that a user can click to see or access.
It is a basic web service that uses the internet to display information and provide links to different parts of the internet.
“There is a lot more to a website than just its content.
The content should also be designed to be visually appealing and informative, as well as providing information to the user,” explained MIS.
The company is offering two different services to help people create their own web sites.
The first is the website clone service, in which a Malaysian developer can create a website for free and then pay for the domain name after the website is ready.
The second is a custom domain name that will be set up for a particular developer.
To create a new domain name, a Malaysian is required to complete the registration process for the website.
The cost of the registration and the domain registration fees are included in the site’s price.
In addition, a domain name must be approved by the Malaysian government.
The process for obtaining the domain is a bit complicated.ISPs are required to make a domain registration request with MIS, as the company is unable to create a domain for each individual website, however.ISP customers are required by law to register their domain with MIS.
However, MIS is offering a website hosting service that is free to use for websites.
“The hosting fee is about 1.5 million ringgit ($1,100), which we can use to pay for a domain.
We also get a share of the revenue that goes into the website itself,” explained Erawan Syed.
“We will pay this to the hosting company for hosting the website.”ISP sites in Malaya are not usually very popular, especially in the north.
The website cloning service will also help foreign websites who are trying to get their own domain names in the south, as Malay internet services is still a relatively new service in Malaysia, with the exception of the Malay-language internet portal.
“This is the only way we can provide domain names to Malaysian internet users.
The other option is to set up a new company, such as an e-commerce company, and then use a domain to create the new website.
This way, the Malaysian internet user is not inconvenienced,” said Erawans team member Eriksi Dau.”
We are trying our best to provide a service that meets the needs of our Malaysian customers, and we are working hard to improve the website hosting experience for our Malaysian clients.”ISPS are also offering domain name registration through the website service.
If a Malaysian web site has an IP address in Malaysia that does not match that of a domain registered in the United States, the domain will be removed from the Malaysian registrar.ISPS also offers a dedicated domain hosting service, where the company will take the domain in the Philippines and make it available on the Malaysian registry.ISCPs are also looking at creating a dedicated e-business domain for foreign websites.
In the Philippines, the Philippines e-government domain was created last year, and the Philippines domain registrar will host the new domain.
“When a foreign company sets up a site, we need to ensure that the site is properly hosted and protected by a Philippine e-Government domain.
That way, it can be hosted in the Republic of the Philippines,” said Dr Erians team leader Eriakis Dau of MIS.”
For our Filipinos, we are offering a dedicated website hosting solution.
We will host all our website hosting content, including the content of the e-governance website, in the Philippine domain,” Eriaksi added.ISPPs in Malaysia have not yet started their own websites, but have started to create websites for other businesses.”
Currently, there are no registered web development firms in Malaysia but we are hopeful that this will change as the country grows,” said Dau, the MIS team member.