Msg#: 3817965 posted 7:49 pm on Jan 2, 2009 (gmt 0)
You're welcome. If only they were all that easy. ;)
If anyone cares to add any further specifics or directions . . well, fire away. :)
FYI, "resolves" and "redirects" or "service side redirect" are terms you should read a bit about. Also "301 redirect", "permanent redirect", and "302 redirect". Chances are they will come into play in the course of operating your website at some point.
Msg#: 3817965 posted 11:37 pm on Jan 26, 2009 (gmt 0)
I would somewhat disagree with that last statement - if you are hosting in a windows environment you want to make sure that the redirect is actually a 301 redirect rather than both versions of your domain being in the host headers on the same website.
Almost invariably if you are in a windows environment you need both a www.example.com and an example.com website set up, ensuring that one 301 redirects to the other.