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Manage a Subdomain Redirection – cPanel

Learn how to Manage a Subdomain Redirection in cPanel. You can redirect visitors from a subdomain to another location. This feature is often used when the subdomain’s web pages have moved to a new location. For example, you can redirect the news.yourdomain.com subdomain to the blog.yourdomain.com.


Video tutorial – Manage a Subdomain Redirection – cPanel


Step-by-step tutorial – Create a Subdomain Redirection – cPanel

  1. Subdomains

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find the Domains section and click the Subdomains link.

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  2. Manage Rediraction

    Modify a Subdomain
    Locate the subdomain that you want to redirect, and then click Manage Redirection under the Actions column.

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  3. Redirections Page

    Redirection
    Type the URL to which you would like visitors to be redirected if they go to the subdomain.
    Click the Save button.

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Step-by-step tutorial – Delete a Subdomain Redirection – cPanel

  1. Modify a Subdomain
    Locate the subdomain that you want to manage, and then click Manage Redirection under the Actions column.
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2. Redirection Page
Click the Disable Redirection button.

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3. Wait for the Success Message.
Click the Go Back link.

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4. Modify a Subdomain
Under Modify a Subdomain, check if the redirection is removed.

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