You could just put a refresh script in the head of your html on your domain's index.html page. Set it to auto-forward to your .Mac. However, I would do just the opposite. The .Mac pages are too "flakey." Service goes down sometimes without notice, you have a very strict bandwidth limit, etc...<br><br>If you are trying to dump your web host and just have a domain name that points to your .Mac page, you can do that with the registrar of the domain. I have Network Solutions, and I know I can have the domain name point to anywhere I want it to.<br><br><br>Click here to visit me.
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