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Use Add-On Domains to Optimize Your Web Hosting Space
By: Herman Drost
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    2004-10-22

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  • Use Add-On Domains to Optimize Your Web Hosting Space
  • How to Create an add-on Domain
  • An Example of an Add-on Domain

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    How to Create an add-on Domain

    1. Register your new add-on domain with a domain name
    registrar.

    2. Point the DNS (domain name sever) information of your new add-on domain to the same DNS of your web host.

    3. Allow 24-48 hours for the DNS to propagate over the Net before uploading your files.

    4. Log in to your cpanel (web hosting manager) and scroll to add-on domains.

    5. Fill in these three fields:

    New Domain Name: SiteB.com (Do not put any http:// or www)
    Username/directory/subdomain

    Name: SiteB (Enter 'SiteB ' by itself. Do not put any '.com' or 'www')

    Password: 12345
    (Enter any password you wish.)

    6. Click the 'Add Domain' button. It takes a couple of
    minutes for the system to set-up an add-on domain name.

    7. Once it completes, your add-on domain name will be ready.

    You can then log into your account and you should see a sub
    folder called /SiteB inside of your public_html folder.

    Simply upload index pages, images and any other information
    there.

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