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This is rather simple. You cannot just redirect traffic anyway you want with DNS. That is not what it does. In this case, it appears that you only have one half of the equation. What you are missing is that the HTTP request packet header has a domain address within it that the web server compares to it's list on known sites. You are packaging request ...


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Checking GoDaddy's Website Builder documentation, I see that they allow you to make custom edits to the page CSS. That alone should go a long way in helping you design a custom static page. You might also experiment with '@import' URLs in your CSS, which would let you grab further assets they may not support. Depends on how much functionality they allow ...


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forward option 301 in GoDaddy I assume this is the Forwarding without masking option as detailed on the GoDaddy support page? In which case, they do state part way down that page: If you want your visitors to be able to go to your domain name with or without the www prefix, you need to forward your domain name to use www.


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You can create a cname with dot notation in it. So you can create a cname which is es.n and point it to the a record and it will take care of what you want. This is done via Godaddy DNS hosting (free usually with all domains)


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You need to create a cname record for www pointing to your main A record. It looks like the website unavailable may be coming because you are missing a cname for WWW in your godaddy dns records.


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I have am not too familiar with the GoDaddy option except that we get this question from time to time. It seems this option is somewhat limited. I cannot answer to GoDaddy, but I can offer this. You can create a blank site with your web host and use .htaccess (assuming Apache) to redirect both mydomain.com and www.mydomain.com to my-new-domain.com. ...


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I don't know about GoDaddy's error, other than maybe it is expecting example.com rather than www.example.com (although I doubt it)?! You don't actually need to specify the host if redirecting on the same site? But anyway, this is easy to do in your root .htaccess file using mod_alias: Redirect 301 /oldpage.html /new-page.html (This assumes Apache 2.2.6+ ...



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