What is Framed and Non-Framed Web forwarding?

This article will explain what Framed and Non-Framed Web forwarding is for and how to use them.

Framed Web forwarding

Forward your domain to a URL, single directory or file (e.g. http://domain.com or http://domain.com/directory/ or http://domain.com/index.htm). The URL in the browser address bar will be replaced by yourdomainname.co.uk

Non-Framed Web forwarding

This can be used to forward to a new URL, single directory or file (e.g. http://domain.com or http://domain.com/directory/ or http://domain.com/index.htm) but will show the full URL in the browser address bar.

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