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What is a host record? Article rated 3.0/5.0
Host records are the connective tissue that associate domain names to IP addresses, and ultimately to things like your web site content and email. In our usage, host records include the widely used re...
What are host records for? Article rated 3.4/5.0
Host records perform several functions. They control what information your domain name connects to, and how it connects. For instance, if you own the domain name example.com and you want visitors to g...
Do I need to set host records? Article rated 3.0/5.0
Most of our services automatically set host records for you—if you subscribe to our services, you may never have to touch your host records. And if you use third-party services, the service provider...
What are the best practices for different types of host records – which type of record should I use, and when? Article rated 3.0/5.0
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What are the basic host records? Article rated 3.4/5.0
In our system, we always show at least three host records for every domain name: The www record specifies where you want visitors to land if they type, for instance, www.example.com. The @ (“at”)...
How do I set host records? Article rated 3.4/5.0
In most cases RNREWebSite Design handles this but if not , Log in and click “Registered Domains”. Click the domain name for which you want to set host records. In the “Host Records” row, click...
What is the ideal setup for host records? Article rated 3.0/5.0
If your priority is letting visitors open your site quickly use as many A records as possible, plus an MX entry for the @ record, for email. However, you can mix and match record types as needed excep...
 

 
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