TXT is a DNS record, which contains info in human-readable form for external sources to obtain info about a certain Internet domain or subdomain. In the most common scenario, this type of record is used to prove that you own a domain name if you're trying to add it to a search engine or to some website traffic analytics platform. Due to the fact that just the domain name owner/administrator is able to add custom DNS records, the TXT record functions as a verification of ownership for the company supplying the service. Another popular use for this sort of records is the email SPF (Sender Policy Framework) security, which makes sure that an e-mail address will not be spoofed and that people will not receive junk e-mail from allegedly your mailbox. The TXT record contains information about the mail server where your online messages arrive from and serves as proof that it's a dependable one. As there are no standards regarding the content of this type of a record, you could also include any other information as well.

TXT Records in Shared Website Hosting

If you need a TXT record for any purpose for an Internet domain or a subdomain hosted inside a shared website hosting account on our sophisticated cloud platform, you're going to be able to create one easily even if you do not have previous experience with such matters. As our Hepsia Control Panel is incredibly intuitive, you'll employ a point-and-click user interface and you can set up the new record in a few seconds. This is done with the DNS Records section of Hepsia where you can handle all records for your domain addresses and setting up a new TXT record requires picking out an Internet domain or a subdomain and "TXT" from drop-down menus and inputting the actual text within a box - it is as basic as that. It takes merely a couple of minutes for the new record to become active and to propagate, so in the event you need it to confirm a website with some search engine, for instance, you can ask them to check your site after you've created the record and you should be all set.