Manage DNS Zone cPanel-Webshost Domain

The Domain Name Systems (DNS) is the phonebook of the Internet. Humans access information online through domain names, like or Web browsers interact through Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. DNS translates domain names to IP addresses so browsers can load Internet resources database.

Manage DNS Zone cPanel-Webshost Domain
Manage DNS Zone cPanel-Webshost Domain

IP Address stands for Internet Protocol, which is the set of rules that makes it possible for devices to communicate over the Internet. With billions of people accessing the Internet every day, unique identifiers are necessary to keep track of who is doing what. The Internet Protocol solves this by assigning IP numbers to every device accessing the Internet.

With our DNS Zone Editor, you can easily edit DNS Zone, add and delete various types of DNS zone records. DNS Zone Editor can be accessed through the Control Panel of your hosting account.

Configuring DNS from cPanel can be done via the Zone Editor feature, and here is the full tutorial:

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All the tools are at your disposal, choose where you'd like to go!

DNS Zone

Click the manage button

DNS Zone

Click the DNS Zone button

Configuring the DNS domain management editor You can manage A, CNAME, MX, TXT, AAAA, NS, and SRV records. All of these notes have their own sections so you can easily organize and access them.


CName this is DNS server record container for your domain. The nameserver is responsible for providing the IP address for the domain name. CName will allow you to access the website simply by using a domain name, without having to use an IP address. By changing the nameservers, you can direct the domain name to another hosting service, for example if you want to move from your current hosting.

A record is basically the most widely used DNS record. A record will redirect a domain or subdomain to an IP address. This is used to redirect a domain or subdomain to an IP address if the IP address is already known or permanent.

MX stands for Mail Exchanger. MX records are items in the DNS zone that determine the mail server and are responsible for receiving email messages. For example, if you create a Google MX record for your domain, any e-mail sent to that domain will be passed to Google's servers.

How to link a domain to blogger, there are 3 process paths that you need to prepare:
  1. Blogger Account
  2. Domain is Active.
  3. Access to the cPanel DNS editor

CNAME records required, go to Settings blogger -> Publishing -> + Setup a 3rd party URL for your blog.


Enter the domain name according to the applicable format:

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Records in this red column can be added using the DNS editor. For more detailed information, you can contact the hosting provider / domain registrar used. In this tutorial, we will use the Advanced Zone Editor cPanel as an example.

Domain options without www by redirecting to www

Input the following ip in A Record Cpanel  Configurasi


Another option, you can direct site visitors from non-www blogs to blogs that are www. For this method, you do not need A records. This transfer is done after the domain settings are saved, namely by clicking the Edit option in the Blogger Settings.

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DNS propagation process takes up to 24 hours. If the blog cannot be loaded using the domain that you created, then try contacting the hosting provider / domain registrar to check whether the records are configured correctly or not.

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