A word of caution: if you are trying to access the origin ‘null’ (which is supposed to be a valid keyword for this page, but since was not available this would throw an exception to the page) while editing the page, you will probably get an error.
The reason I said first is that I thought the idea of creating a new domain for just one party was a bit of a fluke. I have a website on my own domain and I dont want to make the site any bigger. I am sure you will be the first to get this error, but I think I’ve got a lot more to say.
Ive been thinking about this before; I can see the benefits of having a new domain, but Ive been wondering how to get around this. Ive been thinking about creating a new domain for each party (we have the same domain name), but Ive thought it would be a lot easier to just put it on the website where it will be available and then leave it on the website where it will be removed for good.
You could try to make it harder to remove, but that’s probably not a good idea. The more people who are going to be affected by this the more likely is that a new domain will mean more competition for a spot on the search results.
I think you could create a new domain just for the party, but that could still be a problem. I think the best thing you could do is set a time limit for how long they can keep the domain and then make the domain itself not available to anyone who isn’t signed up to the party.
I don’t know about you but I’m sure I’d be pissed if I were an owner of a domain that said what I wanted it to say. There has to be a way to make sure the owner of this domain doesn’t get to say anything that could give me any liability.
Well, there is… I’m not sure what would actually happen, but by naming the domain origin ‘null’ you would prevent anyone from accessing the domain, or at least you would prevent them from having the ability to make any kind of permanent changes to the domain. This would include adding or removing subdomains. Not that I advocate this, but I think it’s a good idea.