If your subscription allows it, you can create one or more domain
aliases. Domain aliases do not have any content of their own, but
instead redirect to a different website when visited. Note that unless
you already have another second-level domain name registered, you will
need to register one for the domain alias. You may be able to register a
domain name through your provider. Alternatively, you can purchase one
from a domain registrar of your choice.
Adding a new domain alias is helpful in the following scenarios:
- You want to make sure that the visitors can find your website
regardless of the TLD they use. For example, you can register
example.net and example.org, and use them as domain aliases
pointing to your website example.com.
- You want to make sure that visitors who mistype your domain name can
find your website. For example, you can register exmaple.com and
use it as a domain alias pointing to your website example.com.
- You want to change the domain name of your website but also want
visitors who use your old domain name to be able to find your
website. For example, you want to change the domain name of your
website from example.com to anotherexample.com. You can
configure the example.com name to be a domain alias pointing to
your new website anotherexample.com.
To add a new domain alias, go to Websites & Domains > Add Domain