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  1. #1

    forwarding, masking & aliasing a domain - How To Do that!?

    hello dear linux-community,

    good day dear Linux-friends - i hope youre well and all is fine!

    The qustion of the day meets an issue i am faced with :

    Forwarding example.COM to example.NET

    what does the visitor see:

    a. as a site?
    b. what does the adressbar display?

    Question: is it possible to do a forwarding that shows the domain-name "" in the adressbar? -.... and shows the content of

    love to hear from you

    btw - see also this example
    Forwarding or Masking Your Domain Name | Go Daddy Help | Go Daddy Support

    yours say

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    It's possible to forward the domain name without change in the address bar . It is called

    "Masked" Forwarding

    This type of forwarding is used to forward your domain to another website, while keeping your domain or subdomain name in the web browser's address bar. The real address does not appear, but you will have very poor search-engine ranking.

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    thx for letting me know the way - well i am sure that the "Masked Forwarding" is the best solution.

    again: Here is what I am trying to accomplish: When you navigate to it goes to

    Now, what I would like to see in the address bar is the

    As well, as I navigate through the site, I would like to continue to see as the host

    redirects to

    note: all is on my own server: my friend does configure the nameserver and all the stuff is on my root-server.

    so i will digg deeper into the techniques of Masked achieve it in Apache.

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