Thursday, April 9, 2009

URL Trouble

As many of you may have noticed, when you come to the url: www.queencitydisco.com, that URL stays in your address bar no matter what page on this site that you navigate to. Lately, I have found this quite frustrating. It makes it very hard for one of the fine viewers of this website to link to a specific page or article. I've been trying to figure it out, but have had no luck, but would anyone know how I could set it up to display: "www.queencitydisco.com/pagename" instead of just always "queencitydisco.com?" The actual URL of this website is www.mcflash.4000loavesanhour.com and queencitydisco.com is a domain name I own through godaddy. What I'd like to do is make it so I could display www.mcflash.4000loavesanhour.com/pagename as www.queencitydisco.com/pagename. Any help would greatly be appreciated and it would make this site so much easier to navigate. Any ideas? Feel free to comment below or send me an email at queencitydisco[at]gmail.com. Thanks for any help!

-Gordon

5 comments:

  1. It looks like what's happening right now is that GoDaddy is creating a "frame" around your site so that viewers continue to see your paid domain name and can't see where your site is really hosted. The problem with this method is that it's not possible to have URLs like http://queencitydisco.com/page1/.

    One option would be to change your GoDaddy preferences to forward your domain directly to your Blogspot address. This would allow viewers to see page URLs like http://queencitydiscover.blogspot.com/page1/.

    The other option is to get your own web hosting for your domain. This would allow you to have URLs like http://queencitydisco.com/page1/, but you would have to pay for hosting.

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  2. Yah, Travis is right. By viewing source, all your domain do is point to a page, which pulls your Blog Spot into a frame.

    There may be a way to add it inside Blogspot's control panel, but I'm not familiar with it, as I'm a Wordpress guy myself.

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  3. You should be able to follow the directions in Google's help here: http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=55373. This is exactly what I did for my blog (hellogerard.com).

    I say "should be able" because some people who do this run into a rather intricate problem involving Google Apps stealing their domain. Unfortunately, I was one of those people.

    If you are not, it's pretty easy. If you are, contact me again for help.

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