If you have a number of domain names with different extensions and you would like all of them to open the very same site, you could have the Internet site under one of them and forward the others. There are various methods to redirect one domain name to another, such as the so-called domain parking. If your web hosting package deal permits it, though, it will be better if you host all of the domains and create a URL redirect, not a domain redirect. The real difference between the two is that while a domain name is hosted, you can still have content for it, set up subdomains, e mail addresses, and so forth., while with a parked domain you can't do any of these things. As an illustration, if you're building localized sites under several country-code domain names, you'll be able to work on them, but meanwhile, people will be forwarded to the main Internet site.

URL Redirector in Cloud Hosting

The Hepsia CP, which comes with our Linux cloud hosting packages, features a URL forwarding tool that will allow you to forward any domain address or subdomain hosted in your account to any URL - within your account or a third-party one. Setting up a new redirection is very simple - you have to choose a domain/subdomain and then enter the URL it should be redirected to. You may also forward a certain subfolder only. For example, if you have your-domain.com and your-domain.com/es, you could forward just the latter. The tool has sophisticated options for more tech-savvy users too, like the option to pick the redirection type - 301 (permanent redirection) or 302 (temporary redirection), the redirection method - direct or match, and so on. If you no longer need a redirection, you may disable it with a click from the exact same section of the CP.

URL Redirector in Semi-dedicated Hosting

If you purchase any of our Linux semi-dedicated packages, you shall get access to a helpful tool, you can use to redirect any domain hosted within the account with a few mouse clicks. The tool is a component of the sophisticated Hepsia CP and could be used by both proficient users and rookies. In case that you have no previous experience, you could redirect a domain or a subdomain by selecting it and then by entering or pasting the remote URL. If you are proficient, you can even choose if the type of the redirection must be permanent or temporary and if the method should be direct or match. These options could be altered at any time as well as the URL, so you won't need to create a new redirection if you'd like to change something. Needless to say, if you no longer want a certain domain or subdomain to be forwarded, you could delete the redirection with ease.