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Setting up Google Sites and GoDaddy Domain

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I have purchased a domain through GoDaddy and i have setup a website through Google sites. I have it setup so that when you go to the domain it will forward to the Google site address is there a way to mask the forwarding so that they will see the domain name instead of the Google sites URL?

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When you log into Godaddy and you set up the domain forwarding choose "Advanced Options" and change the setting to Forward with Masking.  This should do exactly what you need.
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