A wildcard DNS record is a record that will match requests for non-existent subdomains. A wildcard DNS record is specified by using a “*” as the part of a domain name, e.g., *.example.com.
Requirements: domain name can be resolved correctly
Domain name forwarding settings requires two steps:
1, configured in the hair meter (www.mfpad.com)
2, domain name resolution (DNS server non-modified) in the domain name registrar (or DNS resolution provider)Continue reading “How to redirect a url for a domain”
Sometimes, you need to redirect your visitors from one domain or link to another but which redirect option to choose?Continue reading “Types of Domain Redirects – 301, 302 URL Redirects, URL Frame (and CNAME)”
URL Redirect (also referred to as URL Forwarding) is a technique which is used to redirect your domain’s visitors to a different URL. You can forward your domain name to any website, webpage, etc. which is available online.Continue reading “What is URL Redirect and how does it work?”
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