thanks for this great forum i already found heaps of very valuable information.
i host 31 sites with one provider which is also my registrar for all of the domains. finally i realized it makes much more sense to become a reseller than pay so much for very limited features with my webspace provider ( 1und1.de )
i also bought several domains from a company ( euserv.de ) but they only offer me the possibility to make a header redirect (which means i dont see the domain name in the address bar of my browser) or a frame redirect (which is terrible for seo). probably i just chose the wrong company. do registrars offer me another possibiliy to redirect or point my domain to a folder on my webspace?
how does it work when im a reseller? do i have a reseller account with company A for my domains and company B for my hosting and can point the domain aaa.com to the folder aaa/ on my webspace (and i see aaa.com in the address bar)?
how do i do that?
would be killer if someone could bring a bit light in my dark forest
Quick question - The domains you bought at euserv.de, are they real domains or subdomains? If they are real domains you should have the ability to change the nameservers on these domains to point to anywhere. With that said some registrar's do weird things and will not allow this. My best advice would be transfer the domain to a registrar where you have full control.
do registrars offer me another possibiliy to redirect or point my domain to a folder on my webspace?
If Your Hosting Your Account Comes With The Feature To Create An "Addon Domain" You Can Make A Domain. aaa.com go to yoursite.com/folder . and you will only see aaa.com in the address bar and not yoursite.com/folder when u go there.
no on will know that it is even an addon domain besides you. and now this domain will be a part of yoursite.com's account . so if aaa.com uses all of your bandwidth then yoursite.com will also be out of bandwidth.
After u create the addon domain you will have to go to where u registed aaa.com and change its nameservers.
- Like Lubby Said "you should have the ability to change the nameservers on these domains to point to anywhere" .
Meaning If You Create An "Addon Domain" Or "Create A New Account" For This Domain. You Will Just Have To Change The NameServers And It Will Point To Where You Want It. And It Doesn't Matter Where U Are Hosted Or Where The Domains Are Registered At. But It Always Takes A Bit Of Time.