It is just the way your ISP parks their domains, your included. Once you create a separate site for weddingphotographerdublin.com then you will no longer go to the parked (with links) page.
Your domain is currently parked, you do not have to park it anywhere else. The steps to taking this site from parked (current status) to a fully functioning site are:
- Move (upload) your new site to your host server. This will typically be done using FTP or through CPANEL (a control panel that many ISPs use)
- Set Public DNS for weddingphotographerdublin.com to point to the I.P. address of your host server. DNS is normally managed through the company where you registered your domain. If birthepollmeier.com and weddingphotographerdublin.com are to be located on the same server, then you can copy for weddingphotographerdublin.com most (maybe even alll) the DNS settings that you use for birthepollmeier.com
- You will also need to have a virtual host entry for weddingphotographerdublin.com in apache. This is required as your apache server needs to know what virtual host to route the request.
If a user tries weddingphotographerdublin.com then the requested file would go like this:
Users Computer -> DNS Server -> (Routes to Server) -> Apache (process the request) Routes to Virtual Host -> Routes to file (sayweddingphotographerdublin.com/photos.html).
You will normally set virtual hosts for Apache in CPANEL.
If I am a user and browse to birthepollmeier.com. Say if on the home page of birthepollmeier.com you have a highlight box that urges the user to visit your weddingphotographerdublin.com. It might be something like:
<h2>Great Wedding Photo & Packages Available</h2>
<p>See our great<a href='http://weddingphotographerdublin.com/photos.html' />wedding photos</a>
or read about our
<a href='http://weddingphotographerdublin.com/packages.html'>Wedding Packages</a>
You can see in the above example that you are creating links from birthepollmeier.com to weddingphotographerdublin.com.