When you create a domain, you are creating an entire record in the DNS system that is going to live for the life of the domain name. It’s like an address. It’s the address that your server will be using to point to your site. You can have as many of these records as you want; however, once you have created them they will be referred to as “domain records”.
Domain records are the names of the records themselves, you can have as many of them as you want as well. There are three main types of domain records you can create: Zone files, CNAME records, and A records. These are the three main components that you will see in the new pages you are posting to your blog or your website.
You can have as many record types as you want, because each of them is unique to your hosting provider. However, you can have as many records as you want for each of the three main components.
For each record type, there are a number of different things you can do to them. The first thing you want to do is create a CNAME record, which is where you would assign the name of your site to your domain. The second thing you want to do is create a Zone file, which is where you can have your site’s IP address as the name of your record.
There are some great resources on the internet that provide details on how to create and manage CNAME records. If you’re lucky enough to have a company that creates a lot of web hosting and web-facing sites, they can put you in touch with someone that has the technical know-how. But if you’re like me, and are in charge of your own websites, you don’t have that luxury.
So you want to make sure that you create records for your website’s domain names that point to your IP address. The better way to do it is to just use that IP address as the name of your record, but for convenience sake, you can also put your site’s domain name after the IP address. This is called zone forwarding, and it’s a good way to move your site’s address to different IP addresses, especially if you are hosting multiple sites with the same domain name.
One resource record is the DNS record for all of the sites you have. If you want a domain that points to your IP address, use the IP address as the name of the record.
Using the domain as the name of the record means that when you create a site, you can simply point your domain to it. This makes it easier to move your IP address than the other way around. Another way to think of it is that the IP address is just a generic address that you can use to talk to a site. This is especially useful if you have multiple sites in different places that share the same IP address.
In fact, you can have your domain name point to one of several types of resources: email addresses, phone numbers, IP addresses, and your own account name.
In fact, one such resource is your account name. This is a generic name of your account that is used on your email. This is often the account name you use to log into your email and to post to it. This is so that anyone can email you and send you mail without you having to log into your actual email account. In this way, the email address itself is a resource that you can use to log into your email account.