Home Should be simple domain alias ala mod_rewrite
 Problem. I am using mod_rewrite on a Godaddy account, shared, cpanel linux webserver... I am trying to serve content from domain 1, when domain 2 is requested as an invisible redirect.. aka domain aliasing domain1 is a wordpress site. I'm trying to get a wordpress /catagory/page to act as the content for domain 2. In fact domain 2 should have only that one page of content available, where we have a form 2 email page set up. Ideally, Any other get requests should visibly redirect to the actual domain. Naturally a post request should go to the form on the aliased domain (2)... Googling relevant search terms results in major information overload. I'm sure the answer is out there, I just can't find the solution to this exact scenario. Meanwhile I suspect Godaddy is caching .htaccess, making it even more difficult to find a working solution in a timely manner. I've tried several variations, waiting 15 minutes between edits, flushing browser cache etc. I can't seem to find the correct syntax, and/or Godaddy caches .htaccess longer than 15 minutes. My last attempt RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www.domainalias.com$[OR] RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^domainalias.com$ RewriteRule .* http://www.actualdomain.com/subdir/subdir/ [R=301,L]  That seems like it should do exactly what I want, but it doesnt. It does show the domainalias address in the browser URL bar (GOOD) BUT, it displays the home page from http://www.actualdomain.com/ (BAD) It should display http://www.actualdomain.com/subdir/subdir/ while keeping www.domainalias.com in the adress bar. What am I missing ?