Posted by Joe Rebis (Import) on 17 September 2006 01:13 AM
If you have a need to redirect your entire website to another hosted domain, without having to use a Virtual Directory, remove the site and re-add it as a Domain Alias, or without having to use our 301/302 Redirect Code, you can use Web Forwarding on your Windows Web Hosting Account
To Enable and Configure Web Forwarding
Redirect all requests to exact destination
If Exact URL is ticked then whenever anyone visits a page on this domain, they will be sent to that URL. If it is not ticked, the visitor will be sent to the same page on the redirect url. For example if you enter "www.somedomain.com/fred" into the URL, and a visitor visits /page1.htm the visitor will be redirected to "www.somedomain.com/fred/page1.htm"
Only redirect requests to content in this directory
If this option, only content in this directory will be redirected, all other URLs will remain.
Enable permanent redirect
Permanent Redirection: (Also See: 301/302 Redirect Code for a better option)
If ticked, a visitors browser received a 301 Permanant Redirect instead of a 302 Temporary Redirect status message. Leave it off if you are unsure what this means.
If you are still having issues, please contact us for further help.