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Domain, is it possible?


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Nathan_Benton

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I have webspace with these guys and my address for example would be theirdomain.com/personsname/ugs/forum the ugs/forum part is mine. I was hoping I could get some kind of free domain that is like dyndns and could change it to only show my board like ugs.dyndns.org and it would take you to my forums, I don't want a cloaked forwarder, if you refresh in a topic it will take you to the main page. And I don't want an uncloacked forwader that will show the real url after you have entered the fake. I don't want the other names in the address at all, is this possible?
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bennydog

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I Would Recomend That You Use A Sub Domain I Have One
yg.kopmans.co.uk
You Would Have To Keep This Part For Example
kopmans.co.uk
But What Ever You Put In Front Is Your Choice
Ask A Mate For A Sub Domain
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If I had a sub domain they gave me, their address would be in the address, which I don't want. They host a [bleep] site, and my forum is going to be an all ages forum. So if my address was ugs.they'readdress.com they would see the they'readdress part and possibly go to it, which is what I don't want :| And if I get a cloaked subdomain, when someone is in a thread and they refresh then it takes them back to the main page, the board index. So I was wondering if I could somehow get a free subdomin or something that would act very similar to a dynamic, where it doesn't show the IP. So for example it would be ugs.dyndns.org/forum other then blahblah.com/darkerror/ugs/forum or ugs.blahblah.com
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Ok, i don't quite understand what the problem is but if you want a free domain i suggest www.dot.tk.

Edited by Space-Man, 12 June 2005 - 05:34 AM.

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OKay I'll try to make this more clear. I got in on some space on my friends server. He hosts a p0rn site and I want to use the space to host a bulletin board for meant for all ages. If I get a subdomain from him, it would be www.mysite.hispornsite.com I don't want his address in mine.

If I get a cloaked one, like one with .tk, and someone is in a thread, such as this, and they refresh, it takes them back to teh main page. It doesn't refresh the page they're on.

What I'm asking is if there is a free subdomain or something that kind of act as a domain, where it would be ugs.subdomain.something, and then I could have ugs.subdomain.something/forums and it would allow you to refresh without taking you back to the main page, and would keep you on the page you are. And the p0rn address is no where in the name. Does that carifiy it?
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when you refresh on .tk it refreshes that page, it doesnt go back

Edited by aurora-ads-suck, 13 June 2005 - 12:35 AM.

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See that's the thing, .tk has too many ads for me :| and when .tk is cloaked, just like any other subdomain I have found, it does take you back to the main page. If you have it setup so its uncloacked, then no, it won't take you to the main page.
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Why not just get your own domain instead of try to host an "all age" forum on a p0rn site?. For example, http://www.doteasy.com is free (but you do have to pay to register the domain name). They don't put any kind of ads/pop-ups on your site. I think it would be a better alternative if you're worried about the name. JMHO.
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I would like to do that as a last resort. But thanks, maybe that's what I'll have to do then :|
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