Wondering what a URL Redirector is and precisely how URL redirection operates in general?
In case you have a number of domains with different extensions and you want all of them to open the very same Internet site, you may have the Internet site under one of them and forward the rest. There are different ways to redirect one domain name to another, like the so-called domain parking. When your hosting plan permits it, though, it will be better if you host all of the domains and set up a URL redirect, not a domain redirect. The primary difference between the two is that while a domain is hosted, you can still have content for it, set up subdomains, e-mail addresses, etc., while with a parked domain you are unable to do any of those things. For example, if you are building localized Internet sites under various country-code domains, you shall be able to work on them, but meanwhile, visitors shall be redirected to the main website.
URL Redirector in Shared Hosting
With the point-and-click forwarding tool, which is part of our in-house built Hepsia CP, you will be able to redirect all of your domain addresses and subdomains regardless of the Linux shared hosting
that you've selected. With just a few clicks, you can easily set up a new redirection even if you haven't used a hosting account before, because our tool is really easy-to-use. For a standard forwarding, you will simply need to choose a domain/subdomain from a drop-down menu, to type the new URL, and then to save the progress. The more proficient users can alter other options too - the redirection type (permanent/temporary), the method (direct/match) and the folder where this forwarding shall be active (the main domain folder or a particular subfolder). Any redirection that you have created can be deleted with only a click whenever you want.
URL Redirector in Semi-dedicated Servers
Each semi-dedicated server
package we offer will allow you to redirect any host (domain or subdomain) to a third-party URL without difficulty. While this can be done manually by setting up a system file and by including specific content to it, we will give you a user-friendly tool in which you will just need to select the domain/subdomain in question and to input the remote address. Our system will take care of everything else, so a couple of seconds later the new redirection shall be fully active. The more knowledgeable users can also make use of a couple of other customizable options, including the option to pick the redirection type (direct, match) and method (301 permanent, 302 temporary). Any of these options, plus the URL a domain is redirected to, can be altered with several mouse clicks whenever you want. When you no longer need a redirection, you could delete it just as easily.