December 22nd, 2000, 15:45
I have registered a domain and have a site with a ISP. I want to redirect this site to my own domain and am looking for a free service to do this.
Any ideas please
December 22nd, 2000, 20:44
Use http://www.centralinfo.net for your DNS, then point it to http://www.wzr.net where you can redirect it, and setup subdomains, for free.... There are instructions at WZR on how to this.
December 22nd, 2000, 23:54
Two more options are Zoneedit.com and MyInternet.com.
December 23rd, 2000, 10:33
My domain is dd305c.co.uk - as far as I can make out from the sites you have suggested it will not be possible to redirect my pages at http://website.lineone.net/~mseligman to this without costs.
Is this true?
If so how can I upload my Frontpage created content to my domain again without cost, or have I wasted my money registering the domain.
I have managed to redirect to http://www.dd305c---------- so all is not lost but this is not what I was trying to acheive.
Help please for a struggling novice.
December 23rd, 2000, 15:11
I see no reason why that would not be possible with the sites that I suggested. What problems did you run into?
December 24th, 2000, 04:20
Mandrake, thanks for you help,
What exactly does "name server entries point to DNS Primary" mean. Does this have to be done somehow with the ISP where I have my page stored.
I have never noticed any link that might lead to a way of doing this.
Then do I come back to centralinfo to point the primary DNS to my domain.
then what should go in the fields,
I just have the one page and one domain.