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  1. #1

    Newbie question: namecheap.com and URL/forwarding options

    Hello,
    I'm brand new to websites, and can anyone tell me what the following means??

    > I am using Namecheap.com as my Registrar
    > To change Hosts/URL forwarding I have
    > SNo HostName Address RecordType MX Pref
    >
    > As options then, I can change the Hostname, Address, Recordtype (URL redirect,
    > MXE, MX, CNAME, A).

    Thanks!!

  2. #2
    umn...


    purchase hosting, then make your dns settings ns1.domain.com and ns2.domain.com and then hey presto.. the host will look after all that other crap for you

  3. #3
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    Well... if you log on to namecheap.com you can go to Modify domain and then change the nameserver there, or use namecheap's server and choose URL-forwarding.

    If your hosting your site on your own computer, I think it would be a good idea to use namecheap's nameserver. If not... your host should have info about how to admin your domain.
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  4. #4
    Until you get a HOST
    you can use

    URL Forward to
    creat a subdomain on your domain and then forward it to another URL ( but new URL will be visible )

    URL Frame to
    creat a subdomain on your domain and then forward it to another URL ( and new URL will be hidden )

    check out Free email service of http://oemmail.com
    they will offer you to run free email service for your domain
    by giving you CMail Enteries
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