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How to change/edit your DNS zones

At, you can easily manage your domain's DNS (Domain Name System) settings through the cPanel interface. DNS zones contain records that map your domain name to the appropriate IP addresses and other settings. Here's how to change or edit your DNS zones:

Log into your cPanel account.

In the "Domains" section, click on the "Zone Editor" icon.

You will see a list of domains associated with your account. Select the domain you want to manage.

The DNS zone records for that domain will be displayed. Here are some common record types you may need to edit:
• A Record: Maps a domain name to an IP address (e.g., to
• CNAME Record: Maps an alias name to another domain name (e.g., to
• MX Record: Specifies the mail server responsible for handling email for the domain
• TXT Record: Stores text-based information, often used for email verification or other services

To edit an existing record, click on the corresponding pencil icon in the "Functions" column.

To add a new record, scroll down to the "Add a New Record" section and select the record type from the drop-down menu.

After making your changes or additions, click on the "Add" or "Save" button to apply the updates.

If you need to remove a record, click on the corresponding trash can icon in the "Functions" column.

Important Notes:
• Changes to DNS records may take some time (up to 48 hours) to propagate across the internet.
• Be cautious when editing DNS records, as incorrect settings can cause issues with your website, email, and other services.
• If you're unsure about making changes, consult with the support team for assistance.

By following these steps, you can easily manage your DNS zones and ensure that your domain is properly configured for various services at

Updated on: 19/04/2024

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