URL cloaking - so your domain name stays in the address bar of your browser, and so search engines will index your site using its domain name.
Path forwarding - so people can access subpages, subdirectories, files, and images on your site through its domain name.
What is stealth forwarding?
Stealth forwarding is similar to domain forwarding except the domain name stays in the web browser's URL bar instead of being replaced by the new page's URL. This is is why it is called "stealth" forwarding because it appears that the web page displayed is actually part of the domain.
So, say that you have a domain named myexample.org, and you want to use stealth forwarding to have your domain point to http://name.somedomain.com. When you use stealth forwarding, http://www.myexample.org will load the index page located at http://name.somedomain.com, however the http://www.myexample.org address will be displayed in the web browser's URL bar instead of the http://name.somedomain.com address.
Stealth forwarding only affects the domain itself. If you want to set up email forwarding with your domain, that is done separately.From Help Section: Domains > What is stealth forwarding?
How do I set my domain to stealth forwarding?
To set your domain to stealth forwarding, please follow these steps:
Do we have to manage it through an .htaccess file?
Why is it not possible with Dynadot to (wildcard) redirect all folders, subfolders & pages of a domain by using a 301 redirect?
domain1.com/* --> domain2.com/*
domain1.com/any-url --> domain2.com/any-url
domain1.com/any-folder --> domain2.com/any-folder
domain1.com/any-page.html --> domain2.com/any-page.html
domain1.com/any-page.php --> domain2.com/any-page.php
This service is being offered by many domain registrars & dns services. Examples:
Would that not be possible then with dynadot?