Godaddy www

<font color="#ffff00">Sync by honeybunny <font color="#ffff00">

Forward your non-WWWW domain request to www via the file.htaccess. Use Godaddy DNS Manager to forward non-wwww to www.

It' not a subtitle at all. I' m using redirection. Simply choose forward of domain, i. e. not a subdomain, and append wwww to it, and forward only, and it will append the i. e. your i. p. a. an. a. an. entry of your godaddy directory. When using Cloutflare, do it first in the Godaddy DLS preferences and then adding domains to Cloutflare, or if you are already using Cloutflare, the deletion domains of Cloutflare, and repeating the DLS and redirecting to Godaddy, then scanning again for Cloutflare, if the Cloutflare DLS preferences are not displayed by Godaddy, then adding them from Godaddy by copy and paste into Cloutflare, and then adding Cloutflare N to Cloutflare from Godaddy.

So if you're not working with cloudflare, just redirect the non wwww ww to the redirect from www under redirect to godaddy, as said first, then hold on and it will. I' ve added an additional A entry with *, which also points to the redirectionIP address, so you have two A entries, one with * and another with @, which points to the IP-Adresse.

Set up your DNS records

First login to your GoDaddy accounts and get your product information. When you are in your registry, click the gear to display a drop-down box with your preferred settings for your name. Choose "Manage DNS" from the dropdown lists. Here you can see the DNA entries for your domains.

You should look like this: To begin, remove the A-entry by pressing the button on the stylus you want to work on. After opening, click the recycle bin symbol to erase the data set. Click the stylus symbol to modify the CNAME entry. Once you are done, your data sets should now look something like this: To divert the sub-domain to the rootedomain, i.e. to bring forward on, you need to set up "Forwarding" on GoDaddy.

Ensure that your domains are forwarded to the www versions of your domains and that the forward types are Permanent 301 Forward. First, in the User Defined Domains Installation dialog box, enter the user-defined domains you want to use for publishing. We will verify that the CNAME entry was displayed properly during the enrollment lifecycle and create an SSL Certificates for your customized domains.

Once your sign-up is complete, your customized domainname (and SSL certificate) will be used with the release. To troubleshoot user-defined domains, please refer to our User-Defined Domains Configuration Instructions.

Mehr zum Thema