Post # 1
Where or how can I register a .com domain for our wedding website? I’ve seen people put them on their invitations, but I was wanting to figure out how or where this was done. I want it to be a simple www . XXXXXXX . com style domain.
Post # 3
Check with http://www.godaddy.com and see what’s available, you’ll have to pay for it, but Mr. Tal got our domain for a year for around $9 I think, which isn’t bad to have a simple domain to send out to your guests.
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2010 - Kindred Oaks, Georgetown
If you want an easy free way you can do it thru theknot.com or weddingchannel.com or I think brides.com. They have templates you can choose from and then you just fill in the content. I know some of them let you choose your domain name too. Something like yourfirstlast-hisfirstlast.theknot.com. Something like that.
Post # 5
How does godaddy work though? That just gives you a web address, right? Then, say, we have a wedding website on project wedding or the knot, can we just have our godaddy domain link straight to project wedding? So, someone types in our http://www.ournames.com and it goes right to our project wedding website? Or does godaddy have their own editor?
Post # 6
We went through wedshare and got our own domian name.
Post # 7
In case anyone was wondering the same thing as me…
My fiance really liked the look of the project wedding page we created so I just went to godaddy.com and purchased a domain name for $7.67 for the year and have the name point right to our project wedding page. Very easy!! Now when guests type in our domain, it gets sent straight to the project wedding page. I still use project wedding to edit and maintain the page though.
Post # 8
We did a knot website, then I went to tinyurl to make our website a ‘tinier’ name.