URL redirection enables you to forward targeted traffic from one site to another. In contrast to forwarding a domain by parking it when the domain is sort of unusable, a URL redirection is possible provided that the domain is hosted, and therefore you will still have the ability to create fully functional subdomains and e-mail addresses or even to have content for the domain name in question, though it shall not accessible directly. If you have a website, for example, but you would like to launch one or a variety of localized websites for different towns or countries, you will be able to work on them without any difficulty. If a visitor opens any one of the new domains, however, they'll be redirected to the existing site. In this way, you will not miss potential clients while building the localized websites.

URL Redirector in Shared Hosting

With the point-and-click redirection tool, that is part of our in-house built Hepsia Control Panel, you will be able to forward each of your domains and subdomains irrespective of the Linux shared hosting that you have chosen. With simply several clicks, you could set up a new redirection even if you never used a hosting account before, since our tool is extremely easy-to-use. For a standard forwarding, you will simply have to choose a domain/subdomain from a drop-down menu, to type in the new URL, and then to save the change. The more advanced users can alter other options also - the forwarding type (permanent/temporary), the method (direct/match) and the folder where this redirection shall be active (the main domain folder or a specific subfolder). Any redirection which you have set up may be deleted with just a mouse click anytime.

URL Redirector in Semi-dedicated Hosting

When you obtain any of our Linux semi-dedicated hosting, you shall get access to a helpful tool, you can use to forward any domain hosted within the account with just a few mouse clicks. The tool is a component of the innovative Hepsia Control Panel and could be used by both experienced users and beginners. If 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. If you're expert, you may also decide if the type of the redirection must be permanent or temporary and if the method must be direct or match. These options may be modified anytime as well as the URL, so you won't have to set up a new redirection if you wish to change something. Of course, if you no longer need a particular domain or subdomain to be redirected, you could delete the redirection without difficulty.