A TXT record, as the abbreviation indicates, is a record, that keeps data in human-readable form and not code. It may be created for a domain name or a subdomain for a number of purposes. Search engines, for instance, have different ways of verifying that you're the owner of a particular domain and one of them is in fact by creating a TXT record with specific text which they provide and which you must use as the record value. The same verification method is used by some analytics platforms that monitor the traffic to your Internet sites as well. Of course, in this case the content of the record will be read by a robot, but it will still be in human-readable form. A TXT record is furthermore employed when you enable the so-called SPF protection for your emails so that you can protect them from being forged. In such a case, the record contains information showing that a certain digital message is sent from a trusted and authorized mail server. You may use a TXT record for any other information as well, such as your business details, as an example.

TXT Records in Semi-dedicated Servers

A new TXT record can be created without any difficulty if you use a semi-dedicated server package from our company because the Hepsia Control Panel, included with all of the accounts, is incredibly user-friendly and it will permit you to create any record with just a few mouse clicks. All Internet domain names and subdomains that you have in the account will be listed in a drop-down menu, so you'll only have to select the one that you need, select the record type, which will be TXT in this case, and input or copy/paste the needed text. It will not take more than 1 hour for your new record to be entirely active and to propagate globally. Even if you're not tech-savvy, you will not encounter problems to do that, but to be on the safe side, we've got an in depth guide in which you can find all the steps. Our support department will also be able to help you 24/7 with any questions you could have about the DNS records of your Internet domain names.