Adding An A Record In cPanel

How Do I Add An A Record In cPanel?

With cPanel you can manage all aspects of your website(s), such as adding DNS entries through the web based interface. Let’s take a look at how you’d add an A record through cPanel. Please note that you’ll need to login to your cPanel account to follow the steps listed below. If you’re unsure of how to login to your cPanel account, please refer to the following guide: How to access cPanel

Step 1:  Once logged into cPanel select the “Zone Editor” icon under the domains section

cPanel Zone Editor Location Image


Step 2:  Select “A” Record

Zone Editor A record location image


Step 3:  Fill in the fields that appear with the following information

3a:  Name
3b:  Address

Step 4:  Click Add an A Record

Showing how to add an A record form in the cPanel Zone Editor


Your record should now be added to your DNS zone!

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