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My domain register is preventing me from accessing the settings that I need to update. Can I format a question for this on SO?

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No, but there are alternatives. I assume superuser would be a good choice. – Toon Krijthe Nov 5 '12 at 14:08
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I think SuperUser will be beneficial for you.


But there are many questions on Stack Overflow also.

See first is there any question on both answers you. If not, then do ask your question on SO or SU as per your need.

If you requires code setting related queries then ask on SO else ask on SU.

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Questions about DNS settings would probably be better asked on Pro Webmasters.

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