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Old 08-27-2003, 03:27 PM
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Multiple Domain Names and one web hosting account?


Hi,

I am aware that it is possible to have three domain names and all the three pointing to one hosting account.

My question is:
Is it possible to redirect DomainB to http://MyAccount.DomainHost.com/DomainB directory and DomainC to http://MyAccount.DomainHost.com/DomainC directory? (DomainA access the standard subdomain http://MyAccount.DomainHost.com/).

If this need some programming skills/tricks then please let me know some details?

Why I want to do this is so that I don't have to buy more than one hosting account for multiple Domain Names.
My current domain name registrar http://www.SassyDomains.com/ is offering one sugestion to use its free Domain Name forwarding + paid Domain name masking faclity to solve the above problem. I am trying to explore some other work around if possible.

Thanks,
ePay.


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Old 08-27-2003, 03:42 PM
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Ask your webhost if they'll give you addon-domain support, and then point the other domains to the nameservers of your webhost, add them in the control panel and that'll be ok.

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