How do I setup domain redirects in cPanel?

To make it easier to get in touch with us, from the 24th of March 2016 all support tickets will need to be submitted from your Crucial Control Panel.

 

Step 1 - Log in to cPanel and click on the Redirects icon

 

Step 2 - The redirects screen will have a number of options that need to be set

 

Type: Here you should always chose Pernament (301) as it will all general redirect uses.

 

https?://(www.): Here you can select the domain, addon domain, subdomain or Aliase domain you want to redirect

 

Under you can add the rest of the domain you want to redirect (this is optional). If, for example, you want to redirect hydro.yourdomain.net.au/fire/ to firesafety.com.au just type fire/ in this box.

 

Redirects to: (1) Type the link you want the domain redirected to, make sure to start with http:// or https:// (2) make sure to select Redirects with or without www unless you have a specific reason for only redirecting (3) click Add.

 

Wild Card Redirects: This option acts as a * (wildcard) infront of your redirect. So if, for example, you redirect hydro.yourdomain.net.au/ to firesafety.com.au/ with Wild Card Redirects turned on. if a user visits, for example, hydro.yourdomain.net.au/page1/ it will automatically redirect to firesafety.com.au/page 1, hydro.yourdomain.net.au/page2 will automatically redirect to firesafey.com.au/page2/ etc.

 

 

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