URL redirection permits you to redirect targeted traffic from one website to another. In contrast to forwarding a domain by parking it when the domain is virtually unusable, a URL redirection is possible only if the domain address is hosted, meaning that you'll still have the ability to set up fully functional subdomains and e-mail addresses or even to have content for the domain in question, though it won't be accessible directly. If you have a website, for instance, but you would like to launch one or a variety of localized sites for different towns or countries, you shall be able to work on them with no problem. When a site visitor opens any one of the new domains, however, they will be forwarded to the existing website. In this way, you won't miss potential customers while building the localized sites.

URL Redirector in Shared Website Hosting

The Hepsia Control Panel, supplied with our Linux shared website hosting, features a URL redirection tool which will allow you to redirect any domain or subdomain hosted within your account to any URL - within your account or a third-party one. Setting up a new redirection is incredibly uncomplicated - you must select a domain/subdomain and then input the URL it needs to be redirected to. You could also redirect a certain subfolder only. As an illustration, if you have your-domain.com and your-domain.com/es, you could forward just the latter. The tool has complex features for more tech-savvy users too, such as the possibility to pick the redirection type - 301 (permanent redirection) or 302 (temporary redirection), the redirection method - direct or match, and so forth. If you no longer need a redirection, you may disable it with a mouse click from the very same section of the Control Panel.

URL Redirector in Semi-dedicated Hosting

When you obtain any of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting, you'll get access to a helpful tool, which you can use to redirect any domain hosted within the account with a couple of clicks. The tool is an element of the innovative Hepsia CP and could be used by both expert users and rookies. In case you have no previous experience, you could forward a domain or a subdomain by selecting it and then by inputting or pasting the remote URL. If you're more advanced, you can even decide if the type of the redirection should be permanent or temporary and if the method should be direct or match. Each of these options could be changed at any time as well as the URL, so you shall not have to set up a new redirection if you wish to adjust something. Naturally, if you no longer want a particular domain or subdomain to be forwarded, you could delete the redirection without difficulty.