Use Add-On Domains to Optimize Your Web Hosting Space - An Example of an Add-on Domain
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Here is an example of how to create an add-on domain:
Let's say you primary domain is http://www.SiteA.com
You add an add-on domain named: http://www.SiteB.com
through the cpanel.
Now you can access it via:
You can now set-up email for the add-on domain as if it was a separate site i.e. bubba@SiteB.com with mail servers as mail.SiteB.com
Tips: When searching for a web hosting service, be sure to check if they allow add-on domains. This will give you far more flexibility to utilize your web hosting space should you need to create add-on domains in the future.
Be sure to check how much web space you have left for your main hosting account before you create an add-on domain. Add-on domains utilize the same web space as your main hosting account.
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