How to Setup a Domain Redirect in cPanel

Redirecting a Domain

    1. Login to cPanel.
    2. Click the Redirects button in the Domains section.
    3. You will then be on the Add Redirect page. Click the drop-down box for Type and choose if you want to create a Permanent (301), or Temporary (302) redirect.
    4. Click the next drop-down box and choose the domain you want to redirect.
    5. For the slash '/' field enter any folder names if necessary.
    6. Enter the address you want to redirect to in the Redirects to section.
    7. Choose if you want to "Only redirect with www." "Redirect with or without www." or "Do Not Redirect www."
    8. Check the box if you want to create a Wild Card Redirect. This will add the the file/folder name after the url when it redirect. For instance, example.com/test.php would redirect to example2.com/test.php.
    9. Click the Add button when you are finished.

You are finished when you see a green message with the details of your redirect.

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