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I have my wordpress blog at and I want to access the blog as How do I set up to make it happen?

If I'm not wrong, the steps involved are:

  1. forward the domain to (I have created subdomain)
  2. forward to

I want to do so in such a way that:

  1. At the end of this setting, when i click on, it points to
  2. The address bar shows even after redirection mentioned in #1
  3. The approach is SEO friendly.
  4. When I hover on the link on the blog, the status bar should display and not
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Can you use an .htaccess file? – cha0site Jan 6 '12 at 8:21
on yes – James Jan 6 '12 at 9:57
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The answer is dependent on what kind of providers you use for both domain and hosting, what they use as software and possibly what sort of control panels they offer. It does not sound like you do the hosting yourself, but then the answer would be: Point to the same IP as (by modifying the A record), and use VirtualHost or similar directives on the (web) server to deliver the content that is currently served by when people access Then you might want to redirect* to* .

It's really not easy to answer without knowing details. If both domains and hosting are maintained by someone for you, it's best to ask there.

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Yes you can do this by using the domain forwarding option. In your domain control panel you can find the option to forward your domain, if not ask your domain name registrar and make use of that service. In your, just put the forwarding path to

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