What are parked domains?

They point to the root directory of an existing web site you have with us. They allow you to point additional domain names to your already existing domain. For example domain.com, domain.net and domain.org. can all point to the same place, preventing others from capitalizing on your unique domain name. They DO NOT point to sub-directories of existing accounts. We also do not allow any software or technique that is designed to bypass this policy. Using an index.cgi to read the request headers and redirect to a subdirectory or having an outside host point a domain name to a subdirectory is likewise, prohibited.
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