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I have a goDaddy account for hosting and on that host i have multiple domains. goDaddy offers me only one 404 redirect for all of my domains:

* (nonexistent link) is redirected to
* (nonexistent link) is redirected to

I need for one of my domains to make the redirect on the same domain:

* (nonexistent link) to be redirected to

Can someone please help me?

I am on Windows and I'm using Wordpress on all of my domains. I tried to look for web.config but didn't find it.

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If you are on Linux, you can specify your 404 page in your .htaccess file. If you are on Windows / ASP.Net, you can specify your 404 page in a web.config file.

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If you want all the domains to simply redirect to the root of that site, you should be able to specify the redirection link as "/".

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