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How can I link domain to a specific page?

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I know that the Squarespace FAQs say this can't be done, but I thought I'd ask the question - is there any way I can link a second domain to a specific page on my website?

The main domain is linked to the homepage of the website, but I was running a second site which I've now incorporated into my Squarespace site. As people are familiar with the old domain name, I want it to link directly to the new page on the website which I've set up - is this possible at all?


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Where is the domain registered? Most registrars that I'm familiar with offer an option to forward a domain name to a specific URL. So visitors will type in something like www.oldurl.com, and you can have that url forward to www.newurl.com/somepage. Visitors will see that they have been forwarded to your new site, but that's probably ok. You want them to know the new URL anyway.

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I am about to do the same thing – integrate a second site onto a page on my main site. Is this where you were able to forward your second domain to a page on your main domain?

Also, both of my domains are Squarespace domains, if that makes any difference.

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Does this work to forward it to a specific page, and not just a specific homepage of another domain?  My 2nd domain is not registered with squarespace, so maybe it's only possible with ones registered with squarespace?   I've updated elbpapercutting.com to forward to birdmafia.com/elb/process, but it still just goes to birdmafia.com.  I'm going to wait a few hours to check it again, in case there's just a delay.

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