How to Add Redirects to Your Website Using cPanel

This article will give you a step by step guide on how to add redirects to your website from your cPanel. Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Go to Domains and click Redirects

2) Select whether you would like the redirect to be permanent or temporary

3) Choose the domain that you would like to redirect

4) Type in the URL where you would like to be redirected

5) Select the type of www redirect

6) Select whether or not you want the domain to be a Wild Card Redirect

Checking the Wild Card Redirect Box will redirect all files within a directory to the same filename in the redirected directory.You cannot use a Wild Card Redirect to redirect your main domain to a different directory on your site.

7) Click Add

8 ) You will then get a confirmation of your redirect

This concludes how to add redirects to your website from your cPanel

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3 Comments on How to Add Redirects to Your Website Using cPanel

  1. Thanks alot about your article.

  2. I put a redirect in to go from Researchrefuge.com to Researchrufuge.com

    Now I want to remove the redirect.

    Arvixe cpanel redirects says there is no redirect. But when I enter the url it still redirects me to Researchrufuge.com

    • Alex Alex says:

      Hello,

      I recommend you look at the .htaccess file in the cPanel file manager. See if anything references to a redirect and if so, remove it.

      If you’re not sure or can’t find anything in the .htaccess file, I recommend you reach out to our support team (support [at] arvixe.com – replace [at] with @). They should be able to help you with this.

      -Alex.

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