When you have a lot of domain names with different extensions and you need all of them to open the very same site, you can have the Internet site under one of them and forward all the rest. There are a number of approaches to redirect one Internet domain name to another, including the so-called domain parking. If your web hosting plan allows it, though, it will be better if you host each of the domains and set up a URL redirect, not a domain redirect. The primary difference between the two is that while a domain address is hosted, you may still have content for it, create subdomains, e-mail addresses, etc., while with a parked domain it's not possible to do any of those things. For instance, if you are building localized websites under different country-code domain names, you shall be able to work on them, but meanwhile, visitors will be redirected to the primary website.

URL Redirector in Shared Hosting

With the point-and-click forwarding tool, which is part of our in-house built Hepsia Control Panel, you'll be able to forward each of your domain names and subdomains whatever the Linux shared hosting plan you have selected. With just a few mouse clicks, you can easily create a new redirection even if you never used a hosting account before, because our tool is very intuitive. For a standard forwarding, you'll just need to choose a domain/subdomain from a drop-down menu, to enter the new URL, and then to save the progress. The more knowledgeable users can modify other options too - the forwarding type (permanent/temporary), the method (direct/match) and the folder where this redirection shall be activated (the main domain folder or a certain subfolder). Any forwarding which you have set up could be deleted with a click anytime.

URL Redirector in Semi-dedicated Servers

If you order any of our Linux semi-dedicated servers, you'll get access to a helpful tool, which you can use to forward any domain hosted in the account with several clicks. The tool is part of the innovative Hepsia Control Panel and may be used by both advanced users and beginners. In case you have no previous experience, you can forward a domain or a subdomain by selecting it and then by typing or pasting the remote URL. In case you are more advanced, you can even choose if the type of the redirection must be permanent or temporary and if the method needs to be direct or match. These options may be changed anytime as well as the URL, so you won't need to create a new redirection if you wish to modify something. Naturally, when you no longer require a given domain or subdomain to be redirected, you can delete the redirection effortlessly.