|If you have a site located at: http://sites.google.com/site/YourSiteName/
and you have your own domain name, we can DNS manage and create a CNAME
so that your site is mapped to a subdomain such as mysite.mydomain.com
Log-in to your Google site http://sites.google.com/site/YourSiteName/
Click on the "Site Settings" link at the top of the screen
Click on the "Web Address" tab
Enter the Domain address you wish to re-map your site to (example.yourdomain.com.au)
Click the Add button.
Google restricts mappings to subdomain level only like www.example.com, wiki.example.com, or support.example.com.
if you want mapping to the actual domain use our web forwarding service.
Click to see examples below:
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This mapping does not "cancel" the
old address of your website. You can still access your
page with the old address (URL).
You will also create new pages the same way as you currently do. You
will save heaps on web hosting charges by using the free site
offered by Google.
We must however Register the Domain
for you, or if it is already registered, re-delegate it to our
Name Servers as follows:
Name Server: ns1.aust1.com
Secondary Name Server: ns2.aust1.com
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