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URL redirect parked domain?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BigLoveXXX, Jul 20, 2004.

  1. BigLoveXXX

    BigLoveXXX Member

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    I know that it is possible to do a mail redirect for a parked domain.

    But how can I make possible a URL redirect for a parked domain?

    Is i possible, or is it limitation of Cpanel?

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    BLXXX
     
  2. amal

    amal Well-Known Member

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    Solution???

    Hi,

    Did u get a solution for that? If so, please post it...

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  3. BigLoveXXX

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    Yes...

    Hello,

    > For parked domains, you can add and manage email forwarder, but you
    > CAN’T add and manage Redirect (URL). Is this a bug or?

    No, parked domains are parked on top of the main domain, so the whole idea is that they are already directed toward a domain :) You would need an addon domain for what you're describing. ;)


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    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply. :)

    I know that addon domain can be redirected. But just wanted to know whether a redirection is possible for only one among two domains pointing to the same directory using a .htaccess file.

    Like, for eg:- a.com is a parked domain of b.com, and if I take a.com, I should get it redirected to yahoo.com, and if I take b.com, it should not redirect. I wanted to know if there is a solution for this using .htaccess file or any other options? I do not need an addon domain option because, I don't want to waste an addon domain just for the redirection purpose.

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    Amal.
     
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