I bought a domain name on godaddy.com let's call it
www.website.com, but my server has a dynamic ip, how do I resolve this issue?
What I've tried:
get a dns account at dyndns.com let's call it
dns.dyndns.com, so I set up godaddy to forward the domain to
problem: When the user goes to
www.website.com, they see
dns.dyndns.com in the url bar. Bad
So then I set up the forwarding on godaddy to forward with domain masking, but then the problem is now that users can't even see url paths/get queries/ or hash marks anymore!
`www.website.com/folder/search?id=4#ajax=4` becomes just
www.website.com in the url bar. bad!
What do I do?
Ok so, say my godaddy domain name is mysite.com and I have a dyndns account called redirect.com. I set up a cname record on www.mysite.com to go to blah.redirect.com. This works, but when I go to www.mysite.com it shows me the contents of www.redirect.com instead of the contents on blah.redirect.com, what gives?