Pointing a subdomain to another server or URL is not difficult when you have the right information. WHM or Web Host Manager is somewhat different in its functionality. While some server configs will have you enter the entire subdomain for the CNAME (subdomain.somedomainname.com) WHM manager only requires the subdomain with no trailing dot. When entering the destination or host (somedomain.com.) you end with a trailing dot. See the example below:
It was pretty frustrating to only find information from 2009 with no actual screenshots. If this has been helpful in helping you point or redirect your subdomain via CNAME to another URL or domain, please comment below and share this page.
WHM Subdomain Redirect Notes
For a WHM subdomain redirect to work properly, there can be no other records for the subdomain…only the CNAME record. If you used the subdomain feature in cPanel, it will create an A record. Make sure there are no other records present other than your CNAME records for the redirect or pointing to another server.
Special Thanks to Net Access Corporation in NJ for their help in solving this issue with me. NAC.net I have been a dedicated server client with Net Access Corporation for 12-13 years and cannot say enough good things about their service. If you are looking for a rock solid data center to host your dedicated machine(s), give Net Access Corporation an opportunity to earn your business.
Thinking about purchasing Commission Ignition from Hitesh Juneja? Please read this review first.
First, let me say, I think Hitesh is a pretty brilliant guy, but his business ethics are questionable. Let me also say that it pains me to yet write another negative review about yet another Internet marketer.
I purchased Keyword Dissection (Premium Membership $997) back in January 2011 at the recommendation of Marty Roz. He spoke highly of Hitesh and Hitesh made lots of promises about what he was going to deliver.
Below is current screen shot of keyworddissection.com site. As you’ll see, the site does not work and is being reworked (possibly). The forum is gone and login buttons do not work.
While writing this, I’ve been doing some active research and the forum is still up at http://keyworddissection.com/forum and the premium membership link is up at http://keyworddissection.com/premium – I’m now running some tests to see if any of the functionality is still working…brb I’m going to let process run for 5-10 minutes and see if it delivers any results. Also, take a look at the forum posts, you’ll see other purchasers of keyword dissection and the ongoing issues they. Again, Hitesh was no where to be found with support for a product he developed.
Ok, so I gave the long tail keyword compiler 10 minutes to run and nothing.
So back to the reason for this post….Hitesh and some of his new partners may be developing new IM products, but as you can see, Hitesh let a whole community of people down and has never publicly acknowledged customers for Keyword Dissection in the forum or via email.
So go ahead, purchase Commission Ignition Review, I hope Hitesh provides better support for this product than he did Keyword Dissection… I can hardly wait for KD2 to arrive as I’m seeing some posts about version 2.
Please feel free to post comments if you are a previous purchaser of Keyword Dissection, Commission Ignition Review or any of Hitesh Juneja products below.
Do you use WordPress Plugins? Read Below
If you use WordPress plugins like I do then take a few minutes to read this article. I spend thousands of dollars each year on WordPress Plugins to add different types of functionality to my WP sites.
The other day when I went to pull up this site, this is what I saw below:
A question plugin I had installed broke my site due to a plugin licensing dependency. This is not the first time this has happened to me, and the irony is that when your WordPress plugins crash due to a licensing dependency, most of the time you won’t be able to find the developer or they hide behind so many domains and email addresses that it’s a major pain and time-waster to get the issue resolved. Continue reading “WordPress Plugins Warning Dangers”