An alias is an alternative name for something. A Domain Alias directs more than one website URL to the same place. For example, the following URLs can all go to the same site: www.yoursite.com, www.yoursite.net, & www.yoursite.org.
A domain that points to the same website as another. For instance, you could have domain.com with domain.net as an alias to domain.com - that way, people accessing domain.net would see the same contact as those viewing domain.com.
Allows additional domain names to point to a common website. This feature is useful when you want users to be able to access the same web site through a number of different addresses. An example: Acme Corporation registers two domain names, A and B. It places its web site at A, and makes B a domain alias of A. Whenever someone types in the address of domain B, they are automatically redirected to domain A.
A domain name that points to another domain. Domain aliases enable users to access the same Web site through a number of different addresses. For example, many companies register several similar domain names (such as common misspellings of their domain name) and then use domain aliases to have all of the domain names point to the same site. Way2Host enables you to set up and use domain aliases.
Allows additional domain names to point to your website. e.g. Company X registered two domain names, A and B. It decides on A as its default website. Then domain B becomes a "domain alias" of domain A. Whenever someone types in domain B, he/she/it is automatically "pointed" to domain A.
An additional domain that forwards received mail to another address or group of addresses. For example, you may have two email addresses with different domain names, to combine their inboxes, add one email address to the Domain Alias List.
A domain name that points to another domain. Domain aliases enable users to access the same Web site through a number of different addresses. For example, many companies regi... Last Modified: 2004-05-13 Number of views: 226
A type of Domain Forwarding; Domain Aliases allow you to access the same page for many sites. This is useful when registering .com, .net, and .org domains at the same time. You only have to provide one account with hosting, and the other two will reference the same page, regardless of whether the user typed .com, .net, or .org.