URL redirection enables you to redirect visitors from one Internet site to another. In contrast to redirecting a domain name by parking it when the domain is practically unusable, a URL forwarding is possible only when the domain is hosted, and thus you'll still have the ability to set up 100% functional subdomains and e-mail addresses or even to have content for the domain address in question, although it shall not accessible directly. If you have a site, for example, but you need to launch one or a variety of localized websites for different towns or countries, you'll be able to work on them without any difficulty. When a website visitor opens any of the new domain names, however, they'll be forwarded to the existing site. In this way, you'll not miss customers while creating the localized websites.
URL Redirector in Hosting
We provide a handy and incredibly simple-to-use tool for setting up a URL forwarding, so if you have a hosting account with us, you can benefit from it, if needed. Any domain or subdomain hosted inside the account may be redirected, so you'll just need to select the one you need from a drop-down menu, to decide if the primary folder or a subfolder shall be redirected and to type the new Internet address, regardless of whether it's pointing to a different Internet within your account or to an Internet site on a remote hosting server. The forwarding shall be enabled almost immediately. If you are more experienced, you'll have a number of advanced options to pick from also - the redirection method (match or direct), the type (301 Permanent or 302 Temporary) etc. All of the redirections will be listed in the very same section, so if you do not require a specific one anymore, you may cancel it with a click.
URL Redirector in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you order any of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting plans, you'll get access to a useful tool, which you can use to forward any domain hosted in the account with several clicks. The tool is part of the advanced Hepsia CP and may be used by both proficient users and novices. In case you have no previous experience, you could redirect a domain or a subdomain by selecting it and then by entering or pasting the remote URL. If you are experienced, you could also choose if the type of the redirection must be permanent or temporary and if the method needs to be direct or match. Any of these options may be modified whenever you want as well as the URL, so you will not need to create a new redirection if you'd like to adjust something. Of course, when you no longer want a particular domain or subdomain to be forwarded, you'll be able to delete the redirection without any difficulty.