What is Domain Aliasing?

A domain alias is the full domain name that will alias the main hosted domain for an account. When connecting to the domain alias name through a web browser, you will see the same web site as the main hosted domain. For example, if you had a domain “sampledomain.com” and added the domain alias “testdomain.com”, then assuming both of these domains were registered to you, a user would visit testdomain.com and get sent to the original “sampledomain.com” site.

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