A TXT record is text in free, human-readable form, that is associated with a domain address as a DNS record for one purpose or another. The most typical use of a TXT record is to add your website to a search engine or to an analytics platform, that provides info about the web traffic to your web site. Setting up this type of a record may serve as proof that you're the domain owner and they'll provide the content that you need to include as the value when you set up the record. Another use of a TXT record is to confirm that an email message is sent by the domain name owner and from a reliable web server - this is the so-called SPF protection, that helps prevent any electronic address set up under your domain to be forged and unauthorized people to send junk e-mail making it appear like it was mailed from your own mailbox. You may include any other info that you'd like to be associated with your domain address in a TXT record as well.

TXT Records in Semi-dedicated Servers

A new TXT record could be set up easily if you use a semi-dedicated server package from our company because the Hepsia CP, which comes with all accounts, is extremely user-friendly and it'll permit you to set up any record with a few clicks. All domains and subdomains which you have within the account will be listed in a drop-down menu, so you will just have to choose the one that you need, pick the record type, which will be TXT in this case, and type or copy/paste the required text. It won't take more than one hour for your new record to be entirely functioning and to propagate globally. If you are not tech-savvy, you simply won't encounter issues to get this done, but to be on the safe side, we also have a thorough guide in which you can find all the steps. Our technical support team will also be able to aid you 24/7 with any questions you might have about the DNS records of your domain names.