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My site (threeoakshoa.org) has a home page and 3 additional information pages. But every page has the same base URL. I'd like each of the 3 information pages to have an extension on the base URL so people can go directly to that sub-page. Ex: One page is called "partners" and there is a tab link to it on the home page to navigate to that page. But when you get there, the URL on that page is still threeoakshoa.org. I'd like it to be threeoakshao.org/partners. That way I can tell someone the sub page url and they can go directly to it. Does that make sense? Thank you.
Currently you are still using the .homestead.com address, but each page would have a unique page name. You can go to the domains tab in your account to register the domain if you like and then you would see the desired URL.
We do have threeoakshoa.org registered with GoDaddy. When I go to the DOMAIN tab, it looks like I have two choices: (a) Transfer my domain hosting to Homestead by choosing the "Host with Homestead" option. OR (b) the other option of "Keep Current Provider." Does (a) mean that Homestead will now register our domain name? And does (b) mean that we keep our Domain with GoDaddy? Is that correct? Thank you.