Is it possible to have a custom domain without the www prefix?
Thank you. I am sending an e-mail now…
Actually I have the opposite problem.
My custom domain: www.queromaisclientes.pt
and it behaves like this:
I asked my Web Hosting Provider but could it have something to do with the CNAME to unbouncepages.com
Hey Mario, you should change things so that www.queromaisclientes.pt is CNAME’d to unbouncepages.com, *then* configure queromaisclientes.pt to redirect to www.queromaisclientes.pt. We have a support article explaining all this here:
I had the same problem on hostgator, what I did was edit the htaccess so it redirected to www.domain.com
Hope it helps!
I am facing an issue with my redirects…
But when I try to access the inner pages such as www.mycityvillecheats.com/wp-admin , it shows this error:
“The requested URL /wp-admin/ was not found on this server.”
Can you guys please help?
Hi Prateek! If you applied a redirect such that *all* links from mycityvillecheats.com (hosted on hostgator servers) are redirected to www.mycityvillecheats.com (hosted on Unbounce servers), then a request for your WordPress admin page would also be redirected to our servers, which don’t know anything about your WordPress site.
If you’re using Apache rewrite rules, I think it would be something like this:
RewriteRule ^/$ http://www.mycityvillecheats.com/ [R=301,L]
You can check out some examples here:
Hope that helps! Sorry, I’m not really familiar with what Hostgator offers for managing redirects. You could also approach their support for assistance…
I have problem custom domain name to tumblr using hostgator. I replace dns and make A record with ip tumblr but the page show still hostgator startup guide. Please my link http://azn.my.id
i have problem custom domain name to tumblr using hostgator. I replace dns and make A record with ip tumblr but the page show still hostgator startup guide. Please my link http://azn.my.id
Hi there, sorry for missing this! I think we had helped Andrew out, as his domains appear to be working, but we completely missed that a number of others also had the same question!
The typical setup is as follows:
Both of these are configured with your hosting provider, and each hosting provider has a different means of making these entries, so it’s difficult to provide universal instructions. That said, we’re more than happy to provide assistance in individual cases, just fire us an email (email@example.com).