cPanel has several ways to administer your domains. Read these articles to learn more.
Learn how to add, redirect, and delete subdomains in cPanel.
You can use cPanel to configure addon domains and aliases (which were referred to as Parked Domains in older versions of cPanel). This article covers how to add, modify, and remove addon domains and aliases (parked domains).
You can use cPanel to configure a web page to redirect to a different web page. This article covers how to add and remove redirects in cPanel.
cPanel automatically adds autodiscovery and autoconfiguration DNS records to your domain. Learn more about these records in this article.
The Zone Editor in cPanel enables you to configure DNS settings such as custom A, CNAME, and TXT records. Learn how to add, edit, and delete records in this article.
This article shows you how to easily make a single page website with the cPanel Site Publisher.
Learn how to use the cPanel Domains tool. This article covers how to create and manage domains, subdomains, addon domains, and aliases.