A CNAME (Canonical name) record, is largely associate alias or nickname for one more domain. it's typically used rather than associate A record to purpose completely different hostnames to an equivalent location. The distinction between the record sorts is that associate A record forever points to associate IP address, whereas a CNAME forever points to a different name.
Create a CNAME record on your Hosting
- Log into the Grownom.com control panel
- Click on Services
- Select Your Hosting
- Click On Mange DNS
- Under create new record, click CNAME.
- Enter the following details:
- The subdomain (required) that will become the alias, for example, www.
- The domain name that you want to create the alias of, it can't be an IP address.
- Optionally enter a TTL, or leave it empty to default to 3600 seconds.
- Click Create record to save your settings.
Example: In the screenshot below we are making blog.one-example.guide a into an alias of ghs.google.com. So we can serve our Blogger blog on our own domain. The TTL is left empty, meaning it will default to 3600.