CNAME Records in Cloud Hosting
Creating a CNAME record through our Linux cloud hosting packages is very easy. Our in-house built Hepsia CP has a section committed to the DNS records of your domain names, so you can set up a new CNAME record for any domain or subdomain hosted inside your account in just a few easy steps. You can find a video tutorial in the same section in which you can see the process first-hand. This feature provides you with a variety of options - if you create a company website on our end, for instance, the employees can use their e-mails with the company domain, not with the address of our mail server. If you wish to set up a website using a different company which offers online web design services, you can easily forward a domain hosted here and use it for the site. Last, but not least, if you have an on-line store and you have a billing system for http://your-domain.com and/or an SSL certificate, you are able to create a CNAME record for the www subdomain and forward it to the main domain name, so all your visitors are going to be forwarded to a secure URL.
CNAME Records in Semi-dedicated Hosting
You'll be able to set up, edit and delete CNAME records very easy with any one of our semi-dedicated server plans. The accounts are handled through the custom Hepsia hosting Control Panel, and in one of its sections you'll see all records for every domain name or subdomain you have added in your account. To set up a new record, you simply need to select the hostname that'll be forwarded (domain/subdomain), type in where it will be forwarded to, choose the record type, that'll be CNAME in this case, and you will be ready. Even when you have never used a web hosting service before, our Control Panel is very easy to use, so you'll not have any problems. We also have a short video and a detailed help article on how to set up a CNAME record, both of which are available in the same section of Hepsia. With this feature, you could easily use a domain name hosted on our innovative cloud hosting platform for a website created someplace else, create a custom webmail login address with any of your domain names, and a lot more.