Set up a CNAME record with GoDaddy

Login to your GoDaddy account from the GoDaddy home page. Once authenticated you’ll see your domain(s) under My Account section. Click on the green button: “Launch”. This will open a list of domains to be managed. Choose the domain your want to CNAME and click on the “Manage DNS” from the dropdown menu. You’ll land […]

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Set up CNAME record with Hostgator

Login to your HostGator.com account using the cPanel link. This can be accessed with any of the following URLs: http://yourdomain.com/cpanel/ http://yourdomain.com:2082/ http://yourip/cpanel http://yourip:2082/ Notice that HostGator usually emails you this URL after purchase. Once authenticated you’ll need to scroll down to the Domains section and click on “Simple DNS Zone Editor”. Fill in the “Add […]

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Set up CNAME record with Dreamhost

Log in to your DreamHost account at http://www.dreamhost.com/login.html. Once logged into the Dreamhost Web Panel, click “Manage Domains” in the Toolbox on the upper left area. Select the DNS link underneath the domain you want to set up. Under Add a custom DNS record, change the record type to CNAME and fill in the form […]

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Set up CNAME record with 1AND1

Log in to your 1&1 account at https://www.1and1.com/login. Once logged into the 1&1 Control Panel, click “Domain Centre” in the Domains column on the left. Click on the subdomain name underneath the domain you want to set up.. Under DNS Settings click Edit. Under Advanced DNS Settings select CNAME option and fill in the “Alias” […]

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Set up CNAME record with Bluehost

Login to your Bluehost.com account and click on the “Domains” tab. Click on “Zone Editor” from the Domains page. Under Add DNS record, change the record type to CNAME and fill in the form with the following information:Host record: app Points to: apps1.webcrumbz.net Notice that what you write in the Host record field defines how your […]

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