URL redirection permits you to redirect visitors from one Internet site to another. In contrast to redirecting a domain address by parking it when the domain is practically unusable, a URL forwarding is possible only when the domain name is hosted, and thus you shall still be able to create 100% functional subdomains and e-mail addresses or even to have content for the domain address in question, although it will not be accessible directly. If you have a site, for instance, but you want to launch one or a number of localized Internet sites for different towns or countries, you'll be able to work on them with no difficulty. If a site visitor opens any of the new domains, however, they'll be redirected to the existing Internet site. That way, you will not miss potential clients while building the localized Internet sites.
URL Redirector in Web Hosting
With the point-and-click forwarding tool, that's incorporated into our in-house built Hepsia Control Panel, you'll be able to redirect all of your domains and subdomains whatever the Linux web hosting you have selected. With just a few mouse clicks, you can set up a new redirection even if you have not used a hosting account before, because our tool is really easy-to-use. For a standard redirection, you'll just need to pick a domain/subdomain from a drop-down menu, to input the new URL, and then to save the change. The more knowledgeable users can alter other options too - the redirection type (permanent/temporary), the method (direct/match) and the folder where this redirection shall be activated (the main domain folder or a particular subfolder). Any redirection which you have set up can be deleted with a mouse click at any time.
URL Redirector in Semi-dedicated Servers
When you acquire any of our semi-dedicated servers, you shall get access to a useful tool, which you can use to forward any domain hosted in the account with several mouse 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 inputting or pasting the remote URL. If you're experienced, you may also choose if the type of the redirection must be permanent or temporary and if the method has to be direct or match. Any of these options could be changed whenever you want along with the URL, so you will not need to set up a new redirection if you'd like to adjust something. Needless to say, when you no longer want a particular domain or subdomain to be forwarded, you could delete the redirection effortlessly.