I originally registered my domain through a google sites promotion. Enom is the registrar and I want to keep them as such. I created my google site the way I liked with googe apps and custom URL Forwarding as below. mail.primary-domain-name.com points to CNAME mail.google.com/a/primary-domain-name.com calendar.primary-domain-name.com points to CNAME calendar.google.com/a/primary-domain-name.com www.primary-domain-name.com pointed to CNAME www.google.com/a/primary-domain-name.com docs.primary-domain-name.com pointed to CNAME docs.google.com/a/primary-domain-name.com Later, I began developing windows apps and wanted Winhost to host the windows apps and www while leaving all other google apps sites untouched. I also want to host small apps on machines at my home behind a cable modem and router as home.primary-domain-name.com and robot.primary-domain-name.com I ordered site primary-domain-name.com at Winhost and created sub domains apps.primary-domain-name.com and www.primary-domain-name.com created folders /public, /private, /apps, and /www at ftp.primary-domain-name.com At Enom I changed the naked domain, www, and apps to point to CNAME of Winhost name servers. This broke absolutely everything except calendar and docs and I do not know how to fix it. Entering any of my domains or subdomains(except calendar and docs) in a browser results in nothing, not even a 404, or a default page. I do not want to use a root domain redirect script if it can be avoided. I would like the address in the browser to show up as sub.primary-domain-name.com/ not sub.primary-domain-name.com/sub/. Now that you know what I want and what I did, could you please tell me what I SHOULD have done? or what I should do to fix it?