URL records allow you to redirect your domain to another address (e.g, a Facebook page). A URL record can be added to all domains registered at Zone and using our DNS servers.
Adding a record
In order to add a record, choose
DNS servers next to the corresponding domain in the
My Zone: .
Change DNS records
URL row add a URL redirection
There are two types of redirection. A
301 redirect is a permanent redirect. It is used when one page completely and permanently redirects to another address. A
302 redirect is a temporary redirect.
If you want to redirect the
www subdomain, then in the
Host field enter www. It is advisable to always add two entries, with www and without www (leave the Host field blank).
URL field, enter the full address, where you want to redirect your domain, e.g.:
Change to save the added records.
The change will take effect when the DNS records are propagated in about one hour.
In order to
delete a record, check the box next to the corresponding record and click
- The URL record redirects both HTTP and HTTPS requests. In the case of HTTPS requests, a Let’s Encrypt certificate is automatically activated.
- Technically, URL record doesn’t exists on the name server. In the background, an A-record with an IP address of
22.214.171.124is added to the DNS zone, where the Zone redirection service is located, which redirects the request with the correct code to the correct address.