How can I view my website before DNS changes?

Before DNS propagation takes place, you can browse your website wite temporary URL. Following are the temporary URLs for all AccuWebHosting Shared Hosting services.

Windows 2003 Hosting Customers


Windows Server 2003 customers can generate temporary URL from HELM control panel as follows.

  1. Login to HELM control panel
  2. Click on Domains
  3. Click on your domain
  4. Click on Domain Alias >> Add New


Usually, temporary URL for Windows server 2003 hosting would be .......http://your-domain-name.com.accuwebhosting.biz // Replace your-domain-name.com with your actual domain name


Windows 2008 Hosting Customers


http://your-domain-name.com.accu15.com   // Replace your-domain-name.com with your actual domain name


Windows 2012 Hosting Customers


http://your-domain-name.com.accu17.com   //  Replace your-domain-name.com with your actual domain name


Windows Public Cloud Hosting Customers


http://your-domain-name.com.cloudhostingforwindows.com  //  Replace your-domain-name.com with your actual domain name


Linux Public Cloud Hosting Customers


http://server-IP-address/~cpanel-username   //  You will find Server-IP-address and your cPanel username in Login details email


Linux SSD Shared Hosting Customers


http://server-IP-address/~cpanel-username   //  You will find Server-IP-address and cPanel username in Login details email


NOTE: These temporary URLs are only applicable for Windows Shared Hosting and Linux Shared Hosting Customers.


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