Automatically direct your domain's visitors to another Existing Web Site
URL Forwarding allows you to point your domain or subdomain name to
an existing web site no matter where it is on the Internet. When any internet
user enter your domain/subdomain name on browser address bar, he/she will
be redirected to the web site of your choice. You can also turn on domain
cloaking and your domain name will be preserved in the browser's location
bar and no one will see the real web site address. This feature is great
if you are using a free hosting service like Geocities.com, Tripod.com
or your free web space on AOL. Or you will have to use this service if
you ISP blocks http port 80 and you still want to host
your own site at your home machine.
URL Forwarding Service Highlights
Support forwarding from both http and https names.
Free Wild Card SSL to forward your https domain.
Unlimited hosts (subdomains), unlimited targets.
Cloaking option to hide out real web site address.
Customized Meta Tags for your URL to assist searching engines.
Forwarding to both https and http are supported.
The only solution to host your own web site with www port 80 blocked.
Free for domains registered
What is domain cloaking?
Cloaking is the technology to hide the the real URL address of the web
site by displaying the your domain name on the address section of the browser.
While users enter your domain address on a browser, they actually have been
seamlessly re-directed to another web address of your choice.
How do I get start?
If you don't have an account with us, you may want to click above link to sign up an account first. Login to your member account,
click on Add Services and choose add URL Forwarding service
to a domain. You will be brought to the page to setup DNS records
for a domain. Enter the domain name and then at the Web/URL Forwarding
section of the DNS Setup Page, you will enter something like:
(to go around port 80 blocking)
(forward to another site)
Check the cloaking option if you want to
make the URL stay on the browser address field.
Note: Your domain needs to use our name servers to
make web forwarding work.