URL redirection permits you to redirect traffic from one website to another. In contrast to forwarding a domain name by parking it when the domain is sort of unusable, a URL forwarding is possible provided that the domain address is hosted, meaning that you'll still be able to set up entirely functional subdomains and e mail addresses or even to have content for the domain address in question, although it won't be accessible directly. If you have a site, for instance, but you need to launch one or a variety of localized websites for different towns or countries, you shall be able to work on them without a problem. When a site visitor opens any of the new domains, however, they'll be forwarded to the existing site. That way, you shall not miss potential customers while developing the localized Internet sites.

URL Redirector in Hosting

With the point-and-click redirection tool, that's part of our in-house built Hepsia CP, you'll be able to forward all of your domains and subdomains whatever the Linux hosting that you've chosen. With only a couple of clicks, you are able to set up a new redirection even if you have never used a website hosting account before, due to the fact that our tool is really user-friendly. For a standard forwarding, you will just need to select a domain/subdomain from a drop-down menu, to type in the new URL, and then to save the change. The more proficient users can edit other options too - the forwarding type (permanent/temporary), the method (direct/match) and the folder where this forwarding will be activated (the main domain folder or a particular subfolder). Any redirection which you have created may be deleted with only a click anytime.

URL Redirector in Semi-dedicated Servers

If you purchase any of our semi-dedicated servers, you'll get access to a useful tool, which you can use to redirect any domain hosted in the account with several clicks. The tool is an element of the sophisticated Hepsia CP and may be used by both experienced users and beginners. In case that you have no previous experience, you'll be able to redirect a domain or a subdomain by selecting it and then by entering or pasting the remote URL. If you're proficient, you may also decide if the type of the redirection has to be permanent or temporary and if the method has to be direct or match. Any of 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 would like to modify something. Naturally, when you no longer want a given domain or subdomain to be redirected, you could delete the redirection effortlessly.