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How to forward subdomain to a destination URL using Domain registrar Cpanel?

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I have purchased a domain xyz.com but no hosting. Can I forward a subdomain say photo.xyz.com to my flickr account having URL like flickr.com/photos/abcadjsakjda.

posted Aug 22, 2013 by Manish Khanna

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If you are the owner of the Flicker then you could have done it by subdomain forwarding to an IP then using the virtual host but I am afraid if it is even possible.

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use SubDomain forwarding (ie goto doamain setting > subdomain > and put the desired location) if your xyz is managed by the godaddy, other domain management agency should also have similar stuff.

answer Aug 22, 2013 by Deepankar Dubey
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