You can manage your DNS records via DNS Zone Editor. If you have a hosting account with us and your domain is pointing to us via nameservers, check the first option of this article to find out how to use it.

If you only have a domain with Hostinger - check the second option.

Once you've reached your domain's DNS zone, you can create, edit or delete records.

Option 1 - DNS Zone Editor via Hosting management

You can find DNS Zone Editor by reaching your control panel, then opening HostingManage:

In the left sidebar, search for DNS Zone Editor, and click on it:

Option 2 - Domains section

In case you have only domains registered with Hostinger you can manage their DNS Zone by opening the Domains section and selecting your domain:

Option 2 - Domains section

In case you have only domains registered with Hostinger you can manage their DNS Zone by opening the Domains section and selecting your domain:

Select DNS/Nameservers on the left sidebar on the new page:


Manage DNS records

Right on top of DNS/Nameservers, you will see the domain nameservers, and below it, a section to choose between configuring DNS records, Child nameservers or DNSSEC:

NOTE:

  • Depending on the domain TLD, setting up child nameservers and DNSSEC may not be available

If you choose DNS records, you will see a section for managing A, CNAME, MX, TXT, AAAA, NS, SRV, and CAA types of DNS records.

Add record

To create a new record, enter the values for type, name, content, TTL (based on record type you may need to fill in other information as well). Once it’s done, click on Add Record:

Edit or delete records

You can consult the full list of DNS records for your domain below the add record option, and use the search bar to find a specific record.

You will see the buttons to delete or edit the record to the right:

  1. Permanently delete a record

  2. Modify the record's values

Any DNS Record changes trigger propagation, which can last up to 24 hours to fully propagate. If you change the domain's nameservers to a different provider, the DNS Zone management will move to where you pointed your nameservers.

You can find a detailed tutorial for each type of record here:

Additional resources:

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