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Using the addon domains feature, you can host multiple domain names in a single web hosting account.
So to get started, first, you need to log in to your cPanel account and then look for Addon Domains. Now, this is where you will enter your new addon domain. But before this feature can work, make sure that you have set the correct DNS server settings to the addon domain.
Here, I’ll show you an example of how to change your DNS settings using NameCheap. So once I’m logged in to NameCheap, I just need to find the domain name that I wanna use, and then click on Specify Custom Name Servers. Then, you just need to enter the same name servers that is used by your primary domain name for your web hosting account, and if you don’t know what the name servers are, then please contact your web hosting company.
Once you have entered the correct name servers, then just click on Save Changes. When you change your domain name to a new DNS server or name server, it may take up to 24 hours for the name servers to be updated, depending on the place where you registered your domain name. So you may have to wait a while.
After a few hours, you may want to try again to use the addon domain name feature, so I’m going to continue from where I stopped earlier. I’m just going to put in the new domain name that I want to use…and now, cPanel will automatically suggest a subdomain or FTP username that I can use to upload files to this new addon domain.
Now, since this addon domain is sharing the same web hosting account, therefore cPanel will also create a new document root with the domain name in the root.
Next, you just need to enter your password and then click on Add Domain.
And here, it says, “The addon domain has been successfully created.” So now, I can click to go back, to see all the addon domains in my account, and I can see this addon domain here.
So to use an addon domain, you need to know the document root, and this is the document root given by cPanel, and also your FTP username and the FTP password. To connect to this addon domain and to upload files to it, you need to use the information here.
So that’s how easy it is to add new domains as addon domains to your cPanel account.
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Change NameServers and the domain name registrar — in this case Fasthosts in the UK. http://robcubbon.com/go/fasthosts
You will receive the NameServers from your host when you sign up. In this case I’m using Vidahost in the UK http://robcubbon.com/go/vidahost their NameServers are:
ns1 dot vidahost dot com
ns2 dot vidahost dot com
ns3 dot vidahost dot com
All NameServers look like this.
Then you go into WebHost Manager to create the account for your new site. So you enter the domain name and make up a username and password.
That’s it — setup WordPress and start creating a new site!
Next to redirect other sites to it. I give 2 options:
1. Create a new site in the same way and redirect it to the target site.
2. Add a Parked Domain in the cPanel of the target site.