CNAME Records in Shared Hosting
You can effortlessly set up CNAME records if you have a Linux shared hosting package from our company. We will supply you with an easy-to-use Control Panel where you could observe all DNS records for the domain addresses and subdomains which are hosted inside the account. Creating a CNAME record requires several simple steps - pick the domain/subdomain, choose CNAME as the type, enter the hostname you are pointing to, then simply click on the Save button. The process is as basic as that and the new record is going to be active almost instantly. This way, you will have more control over your domain addresses and subdomains and over the content they open, you can set up a private URL for company e-mails, plus much more. If you feel uncertain about how to create 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 choose to modify or delete an existing CNAME record created for a domain/subdomain hosted on our end, it'll take you literally simply a click to get it done.
CNAME Records in Semi-dedicated Hosting
You are going to be able to create, edit and delete CNAME records very easy with any of our semi-dedicated server plans. The accounts are managed using the custom Hepsia hosting CP, and in one of its sections you will see all records for any domain address or subdomain you have added in your account. To create a new record, you have to choose the hostname that'll be forwarded (domain/subdomain), type where it is going to be forwarded to, select the record type, which will be CNAME in this case, and you will be all set. Even if you haven't used a web hosting service before, our Control Panel is extremely easy to use, so you'll not have any issues. We also have a short video and an in-depth help article concerning how to set up a CNAME record, both of which can be found in the same section of Hepsia. With this feature, you could easily use a domain address hosted on our cutting edge cloud hosting platform for a website created elsewhere, set up a custom webmail login address with any of your domains, and more.