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Can you make it so 2 URLs bring you to the same site?

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Jan 30, 2018

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I am working on a personal website and am curious if there is a way I can have both the URL for the website and then have an abbreviated version of that URL that brings you to the same site. I have checked and both domains do not exist currently.

Example:

ThisIsMyWebsite.com

TIMW.com

(have both send you to the same page, which would be the "ThisIsMyWebsite.com" domain)

I've done some searching to see if this is possible, but I could be asking the wrong question. So, apologies if this is a common question.

-Kyle

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Nothing to do with Muse. Entirely up to your server's DNS configuration. Of course a physical site (which most of the time in itself is just a virtual folder on a web server) can have any number of domains mapped to it, but this has nothing to do with creating the actual pages, give or take specific issues with hard-coded URLs. Check your web hosting backend and the provider's options for this stuff.

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Can you make it so 2 URLs bring you to the same site?

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I am working on a personal website and am curious if there is a way I can have both the URL for the website and then have an abbreviated version of that URL that brings you to the same site. I have checked and both domains do not exist currently.

Example:

ThisIsMyWebsite.com

TIMW.com

(have both send you to the same page, which would be the "ThisIsMyWebsite.com" domain)

I've done some searching to see if this is possible, but I could be asking the wrong question. So, apologies if this is a common question.

-Kyle

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Correct answer by Mylenium | Most Valuable Participant

Nothing to do with Muse. Entirely up to your server's DNS configuration. Of course a physical site (which most of the time in itself is just a virtual folder on a web server) can have any number of domains mapped to it, but this has nothing to do with creating the actual pages, give or take specific issues with hard-coded URLs. Check your web hosting backend and the provider's options for this stuff.

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Nothing to do with Muse. Entirely up to your server's DNS configuration. Of course a physical site (which most of the time in itself is just a virtual folder on a web server) can have any number of domains mapped to it, but this has nothing to do with creating the actual pages, give or take specific issues with hard-coded URLs. Check your web hosting backend and the provider's options for this stuff.

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