Because conra.co.nr shows your site inside a frame. Look at the source code.
That's the problem with "free domains".
Get a real domain
6$ a year or so
and how to make browser show www.conra.co.nr/login.php ??
It's not possible. You have to use a real domain.
What about .co.cc ??
nope. They're all using the same technique. Framesets.
no, you're wrong.
try to open ilink-xchange.co.cc then try to open 'FAQ' link. and voila, the address is changed. it become http://ilink-xchange.co.cc/faq.php
but its different if you use .co.nr, your site is always 'yourname.co.nr'
any1 can help??
.co.cc does not use frames. I have never used it so I can't say if it's good or bad but it looks like it works like you want.
co.nr is a url cloaking and forwarding service..not a real domain...
A lot of free domain services are like that, they don't provide the full service and/or have weird names. Usually its worth just getting your own real domain.
Yeah you right.
its really worth to get real domain.
i wish i could buy some
Your-site.co.cc is subdomain of www.co.cc not TLD however it work nearly like TLD with fully DNS service and a lot more better than .co.nr.
Nowadays TLD is very cheap so it's best if you can register your own TLD.
agreed co.cc is a little better than co.nr...with its DNS options and it looks more like a real domain
Yeah, confirm again, and in past you can register up to 3 subdomians for free in your account but nowadays co.cc allow you to register only 2 subdomians unless you make some donation for them.
Hi mate why dont you use .Uk.To
.Uk.To have a full control like dsn . Ns and ip . Or just redirect . You will get anything like using tld
It's seem that many search engines including Google and blog directories don't like uk.to domain, also same as us.to domain and I don't know why.
Google doesn't like that domains because they are actually not domains, just sub-domains. co.cc are such things too, but co.cc subdomains are very widely disposed between the users and that's why Google indexes them not so hard as uk.to and us.to and other afraid.org's.
Oh! I see, thanks to Arseniy.