wwwizer.com provides free service – naked domain redirect. That helps with "naked domain problem".
Naked domain problem means that your website doesn't work without www in front. So if you have www.example.com website it can be opened only by entering full name. When someone enters only example.com (notice no www in front) the error is shown.
In short: it happens because of the way DNS works and because your hosting provider or publishing platform does not support www-less websites.
Long explanation: your hosting provider has a lot of servers and all of them can show your website. But there is no way to know which particular server will process requests to your website. So your provider providing you with a CNAME record for your website. And you (or provider on your behalf) put that record into www.example.com name. But there is a catch: it is not possible to put CNAME-record into www-less or "naked" name. Only particular server's IP-address must go there. wwwizer.com gives you that address.
We can redirect (for free!) all visitors from example.com to www.example.com.
Every visitor to your "naked domain" (example.com) will be redirected to www.example.com. It is done with HTTP 301-redirect, and all parameters and full path is preserved.
Point your "naked domain" (example.com not www.example.com!) to IP address 220.127.116.11
No typo. All you need to do to redirect visitors from example.com to www.example.com is: point your naked domain A-record to the IP address 18.104.22.168. And it will start to work as soon as your DNS updates.
Even no sign up necessary.
Free naked domain redirect will continue to work, there are no plans to stop providing it.
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