Redirecting a domain in cPanel

Tutorials cPanel | redirection | redirects
How do I redirect a domain in cPanel?
by Mihai BobriucViews 1319Updated now 1 yearPublished 05/07/2022

Introduction

  • In this tutorial we will explain the necessary steps to add a redirect or redirect our domain from the cPanel account.

Requirement

  • A valid domain.
  • cPanel account administration data

Steps

    • To be able to add a redirect or a redirect for the domain, we will log in to the cPanel account and go to the Domains section, and then click on Redirects.


Sectiunea domenii cPanel

  • A new page will open and here we can add the redirect.
  • We will select the type of redirection in the next field, 301 in our case or permanent redirect, the domain we want to redirect hostico.ro, and in the field Redirect to we will add the domain to be redirected to http://hostico.com.
  • To Redirect www we will select  Redirection with  or without www.

Adaugare redirectionare cPanel

  • Completion of this operation will be done by clicking on Adding. After adding the redirect from hostico.ro to hostico.com, all visitors who will access hostico.ro in the browser will be automatically redirected to hostico.com.

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