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kathy       kacadiab@yahoo.com 3-6-2008 10:24 AM
I am using 2 different domain names for my site and possibly more in the future. Each domain name is associated with a particular area of the site. I am wondering if it would be possible to point additional domain names to a specific .html page instead of the index page. As it stands if I want to direct a customer to a relevant page, they have a long url with back slashes and an .html extention to type in. Although it works, I hear complaints of such a long url.
Frank       frankdag@cccol.com 3-6-2008 5:12 PM
If you create an index.html in the folder, there will be no need to have them type the file name.

In other words have them put in
www.cccol.com/eastern

By doing this they will go to the index.html file in the eastern folder.

Much simpler than www.cccol.com/eastern/index.html

Frank
Mikey       getmikey382@yahoo.com 3-9-2008 2:17 PM
Just forward the domain name you want directly to the page you want it to go to. For example, if you bought pointthisdomain.com at GoDaddy, and you wanted it to point to only one page on your site (ex: http://www.mywebsite.com/customerspecial.html), use GoDaddy to forward that domain directly to the page on your site by using their Domain Manager.

Very simple and free with your domain purchase.
Kathy       kacadiab@yahoo.com 3-10-2008 1:44 PM
I did the index in folder option (as stated above), that was better. But this is better yet! I thought that was only done inside EZNet. Thank You so much! That's perfect!
Kathy
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