Setting up a Redirect for a Domain in your cPanel
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At times, you may want to re-direct traffic from one domain to another domain. This can be done at the domain level or for specific web pages. For example, domain.com and it's web traffic can be redirected to anotherdomain.com OR domain.com/aboutus.html can be redirected to anotherdomain.com/about.html
In this guide we will show you how to create a redirect in your cPanel.
How to Setup a Redirect
- Login to cPanel.
- Under the domains section select the Redirects icon.
- On the next screen, fill in the boxes as needed and click the add button.
Congratulations, now you know how to create a redirect in your cPanel! cPanel offers many more tools for domain handling, be sure to check out all the cPanel features.
Continue to the next article on Wildcard Subdomains and DNS, or if you missed our previous article, please see the Creating a Subdomain in cPanel tutorial. For more information on this course please visit Managing your Domains in cPanel.
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2014-09-02 12:13 am
hi there, thanks for this article. i'd been struggling to permanently redirect my webiste while i dont have any knowledge or some one to teach me.
and i am afraid that i will ruin my site.
with this article i successfully permanently redirect to non www format >.<
thanks a lot