Your hosting provider may offer you a temporary URL in the http://IP/~username format (where IP represents the server’s IP address and username represents the cPanel account name) to access your website. This is useful, for example, if you migrate your website to a new server and want to test the site before you point the DNS records to it. However, some [&helli...
DNS Zone is the specific portion in DNS (Domain Name Space). It is the admin space as it allows the control of the DNS components. DNS Zones contain DNS records for domain names, which are pointers specifying the location on the internet of different areas of your website or hosting account. DNS Zones for hosting […]
DNS records are used by nameservers to specify where a website should load from on the internet. First, login to Plesk. Navigate to the Websites & Domains tab. Now click the DNS Settings option. You’ll now be shown all of the DNS records for your domain name. To edit a DNS record, just click the […]
CNAME records or Canonical Name records function as aliases for domain names of other canonical domain name. This is generally suitable to point domains with a subfolder to a subdomain within a single primary domain name. An example of its working is shown below with the URL: https://www.ukhost4u.com/billing/ When this site resolves, it is seen […]