first of all I really donít know if this questions should be in this section. If not, please moderators, move this where it belongs.
Now the questions :-)
Letís say I own domain - Example.com, Iíve created sub domain (sub.Example.com) and placed a website over there. So right now when you access sub.Example.com/ you get my website. And I have a different domain Example2.com and I want when you access Example2.com for you to get sub.Example.com/ website. Not like a redirect! Basically in URL toolbar youíll see Example2.com/articles/, but actually this will be supplied from sub.Example.com/articles/
Is this possible?
I tried to google, but couldnít find anything, but of course I donít even know with which keyword to google it :-)
Thanks in advance.
[edited by: Webwork at 1:34 pm (utc) on Mar 11, 2010] [edit reason] We use Example.com for hypothetical domains since no one can register Example.com [/edit]
A common enough issue if, for example, you have hosting from your ISP and the domain managed elsewhere.
I have never needed to do this but probably will in the near future. There seems to be a gap in published information between the idiot guide and the fully technical. Does anybody know a good "intermediate" guide for webmasters?
Yes providing your domain name registrar gives you the facility to do it otherwise they will have to do it for you.
At my registrars I can perform a re-direct for any domain to any other domain I like or even one specific url and retain the original domain name.
Mine is known as "web- (url-) forwarding" and you take the host (i.e. example2.com) and forward it to the target (i.e. sub.Example.com/) and when configuring it you can specify whether to keep example2.com or let it change to sub.Example.com/ and you can also change the meta tags etc if you want to.
Do make sure you point both example2.com and www.example2.com if it gives you that option.