Deleting a Domain
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A 301 redirect is used to direct traffic from one domain name to another. An instance where you would do a 301 redirect would be if a client is changing their primary domain name. You would setup a 301 redirect on the old domain to the new domain. (For example, drrobertsmith.com may redirect to downersgrovechiro.com)
This is a domain that is an additional domain that is pointed to a website and is not the main domain that redirects are made to. This is an independent entity, but when it is entered into a browser, it will lead the visitor to the secondary website. This is used when there may be 2 doctors at the practice, and they have a practice name as well. (For example, drrobertsmith.com, drjohnwilliams.com, downersgrovedentist.com all show the same website, but the domain at the top of the screen is different)
- How a domain name is documented in our system.
- Section in the client editor where domain information is held.
- If the IIS is turned off or stopped, the website will be down. (Old Editor Only)