Am i able to do this + another question

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Hi.
I am creating another site. And i don't want someone copying my site, nor having a similar domain.Am i able to have 4 .synthasite.com domains and have a picture link forwarding the traffic to my site?

Also if another user copy's my content and offers it cheap or for free. What is Yolas policy with dealing about this
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yes you can!
you will need to make 4 sites then nema them with the 4 domains you want, when you have done that let me know because i have done this with mu comedy classics site so i know just what to do!
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Is there a HTML widget that can foward people to another page automaticly that you know of
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ye thats what im coming to

then put this code on 3 of the four sites

please contact me at alex (AT) logikomedy.tk

Replace (AT) with @ because GS is screwing code.

change URL
then save publish and your done! (change 7 to 3.)

need more help just ask!
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Hey, i want to make people when they enter another of my sites go to my main site automatically. Not an email adree
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i know you email me and i will reply with the code, Get Satisfaction is formatting the code.
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Shaq

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Yola staff if you could help me with the policy question that would be great
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Hi Shaq,
There is something called a 301 redirect which you can apply to a url which would automatically take a user who has entered that url to another one; this is something that cannot be done with subdomains.

Another option would be to insert a snippet of code onto your page at the very top which would re-direct someone to another url, although it is not instantaneous.

The number before the url (in this case 0) tells the browser the number of seconds to wait before redirecting to the new url. Here is what it looks like:

<!-- <meta http-equiv="REFRESH" content="0;url=http://yoursite.com"> -->

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Emmy