URL redirect methods

Go to cPanel and click Redirects. This is also known as 301 redirect.

Search engines, like Google, prefer 301 (permanent) redirects. Don't worry, the redirect can be changed and erased.

The 302 (temporary) redirects are less favored, but behave no differently than 301.

Note: When adding a new redirection in cPanel, please make sure you add a trailing slash to the end of the URL. Failure to do so will result in a broken redirection.

Example of a correct URL format: http://www.yourdomain.com/blog/
Example of an incorrect URL format: http://www.yourdomain.com/blog



Trying to redirect domain.com to www.domain.com will give you a Continuous Loop Error.
To add the www, you need to use Apache Mod Rewrite, not a 301 redirect.



Masked Forward & HTML Forward: Visit this site to create either.


How do I redirect my website to another ip, but still keep my email here?
You must customize your A record. This record controls where you domain's website is hosted.

How do I redirect my subdomains to another site at the DNS level?
This is done with a CNAME record. This record controls each subdomain name like www and mail.

How do I redirect my emails to another server?
You must customize your MX record. This record controls to which host your emails will be delivered.

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