How do I copy a home page to a second domain

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Steven1951 / 14 Points
2012-09-14 1:00 pm EST
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I have created a website for my domain. I think I'd get more "hits" if I also used a related domain name that might get more search results in Google, etc.

Question: assuming I can get that other domain name, how do I copy my current home page to it so when folks land there they can see my home page AND click on the links, etc. from there to my other site? I don't like the "redirecting" message using a simple re-direct Thanks.

Steven Fleming

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2012-09-14 2:44 pm EST
Hello Steven1951,

It depends on how you built your first site. What tool did you use? All websites are constructed with coded text. You can directly copy the code and then move it to the new website, but again, it does depend on how and what you used to build the site. You do not have to re-direct pages for this purpose.

You can use the Cpanel File Manager to accomplish this purpose. If you used the Builder, it would be easier to simply duplicate what you built in the interface, than to copy the code.

Here's a link for using the Cpanel File Manager:

Using the Cpanel File manager

If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.


Arnel C.

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