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Home Help Center Why do I see a WWWizer error?

Why do I see a WWWizer error?


WWWizer is a service that allows you to make a redirection from a naked domain to your domain with www by A record points to IP number:

If you notice a WWWizer error message after redirecting your domain to the given IP number, then most likely, the redirection has been done incorrectly.

What you need to remember about

Common errors:

  • setting an A record pointing on for the subdomain (domain with www), e.g.,, instead of only for a naked domain, e.g.,

Remember that with A record, you redirect only the naked domain (the domain without www), for example, For subdomains, like, you don’t set an A record, but only CNAME pointing to

Few things that you need to know about redirection by using A record:

  • Redirection via DNS records is limited to the same domain zone – you cannot redirect your naked domain to a different domain, like on
  • This is an HTTP redirection. If you write in the browser your naked domain address with the HTTPS in front of it, like, it won’t work.