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How do I set up a unique domain name for my TeacherWeb site? How can I redirect traffic from my existing domain name to my TeacherWeb site?


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Created 2007-11-20
Modified 2011-03-21
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It is possible to set up a unique domain name through TeacherWeb.  If your desired domain name is available, we can acquire it and set it up for your TeacherWeb site at a cost of $50/year. 

To register a domain name through TeacherWeb, please contact our support staff here.  Be sure to include your current TeacherWeb web address in your message, as well as the domain name you would like to use.  We will check the availability of the domain name, and contact you with information on how to submit a payment.

If you already have a domain name, and you would like traffic to that address to be redirected to your TeacherWeb site, you should contact the company that hosts your domain name to arrange this.  They will be able to help you set this up.  Or, you can arrange to transfer the domain name to TeacherWeb at the rate of $50/year.  If you are interested in this service, please contact us via a Support Request and we will help you get this process started.




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