CNAME Records in Web Hosting
You can easily set up CNAME records if you have a Linux web hosting with our company. We will supply you with an easy-to-use Control Panel which allows you to view all DNS records for the domains and subdomains which are hosted inside the account. Creating a CNAME record requires a number of basic steps - pick the domain/subdomain, choose CNAME as the type, enter the hostname you are forwarding to, and then just click on the Save button. The procedure is as easy as that and the new record will be active almost right away. That way, you'll have more control over your domain addresses and subdomains and over the content they open, you can create a private URL for company e-mails, and a lot more. If you feel uncertain about how to set up a new record or you have never done such a task, we have a short video tutorial where you could see the whole process first-hand. If you want to edit or delete an existing CNAME record created for a domain/subdomain hosted on our end, it'll take you literally just a mouse click to do it.
CNAME Records in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The Hepsia hosting CP, which comes with each of our semi-dedicated server accounts, will permit you to set up a CNAME record with ease. If you want to create a private URL for your e-mails, to redirect a domain name to a subdomain inside the account or to forward a domain name to another provider and use some third-party service that they provide, it will not require more than three clicks to create this sort of record. All DNS records for the domain names and subdomains hosted within the semi-dedicated account will be listed in a separate section in the CP, so once you're there, all you will have to do will be to select the type of the record that you want to set up and the hostname for which you are creating it, and then type in the actual record text. For your benefit, you can watch a short video inside the Control Panel concerning how to create a CNAME record or you can refer to the instructions in the help article, that's available in the DNS records section.