You’re in complete control over your OMG.LOL address, and this includes being able to forward to traffic to any other location that you’d like.
With web forwarding, traffic that would normally reach your web page will be redirected to the specified destination. Requests for your OMG.LOL page, via omg.lol/your-page, will always be forwarded to the specified address. Requests for your subdomain (your-page.omg.lol) will be forwarded if our server receives those requests. In other words, if you have DNS records that direct your subdomain traffic elsewhere, we can’t process forwarding (since those requests never make it to us).
When we forward traffic, we use the HTTP 302 "Found" header. This is a friendlier approach than using HTTP 301 "Moved Permanently", which can cause weird caching issues with certain browsers.
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