The cPanel Domains feature is a one-stop tool to create and manage all of the domains, subdomains, addon domains, and aliases in your account. This article shows you how to work with all of these features.
To start the cPanel Domains tool, follow these steps:
On the main page of the Domains tool is a list of all domains. You can use the Search box to find a specific domain if you have several:
The domains list includes two options under Actions that enable you to manage existing domains. Click Manage to go to a domain's management page, or click Create Email to go to the Create an Email Account page.
Click the Manage link to the right of a domain to open the management page:
The management page includes options to change the document root for the domain and to delete the domain. (You cannot delete the primary domain.)
Besides managing existing domains, you can use the Domains tool to create new addon domains, subdomains, and aliases.
To create an addon domain using the Domains tool, follow these steps:
To create a subdomain using the Domains tool, follow these steps:
Aliases (which were referred to as “parked domains” in earlier cPanel versions) are often used to reserve or hold a domain name that does not have an associated web site. To add an alias using the Domains tool, follow these steps:
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