How do I create or edit a Subdomain?

A sub-domain is a subsection of your website that exists as a subdirectory in your public_html folder. Subdomains use a prefix in conjunction with the domain name. For example, if the registered domain name was example.com, a subdomain could be sales.example.com. Subdomains can be useful for creating unique user accounts for “vanity domains.” 


This is helpful if, for example, you have a blog, or any other type of website that uses a domain specifically titled for a user.
 

Using our Website 

  1. Choose My Services from the menu above (if you can not see the link, you must log into your account first).



  2. Click View Details next to the account you want to access.



  3. Click on the Subdomains button.

  4. Choose your Subdomain and click Create.

Using the cPanel

  1. Log into the cPanel and click on the Subdomains tool under the Domains category.

  2. Enter the desired prefix in the Subdomain field. If you have more than one domain name pointed to this account, select the desired main domain from the pull-down menu.

  3. Enter the preferred directory for the subdomain into the Document Root field. This directory will be where files pertaining to the subdomain will be placed.

  4. Click Create.

  5. To open the subdomain’s main directory with the File Manage. Click the link under Document Root that corresponds to the subdomain you would like to view in the File Manager.
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