How to Park a Domain in cPanel
If you are using the updated version of cPanel, then you will see Aliases in place of Parked domain in the Domain section. They are same thing, but simply named with a different term. In the tutorial below you can replace the term "parked domain" with "alias".
Parked domains are used to point the new domain name to a different domain. To give an example, if we have "example.com" and we want "example.net" to display the same website, we'd set it up as a parked domain or alias.
Adding a Parked Domain to cPanel:
- Login to cpanel.
- Under Domains click the Parked Domains or Aliases button.
- Enter the domain name you want to add, in the Create a New Parked Domain or Create a New Alias section. Then click the Add Domain button.
You will then see a message stating: "The parked domain example.net has been successfully created for you."
It can take up to 24 hours for a Parked domain to show up on the web, or propagate.
Please check the next article on Creating a Subdomain in cPanel. If you missed our previous article, please see the Adding an Add-on Domain in cPanel tutorial. For more information on this course please visit Managing your Domains in cPanel.
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2016-04-05 2:43 pm
I can't find the Parked Domains button. in my cpanel account's DOMAINS panel ?
Do i need to pay for the parked domain? e.g my domain name xxx.com and i want to add xxx.net , xxx.biz etc ...
2016-04-05 4:04 pm
Thank you for contacting us. If you are not seeing the "Parked Domains" button in your cPanel, I recommend contacting Live Support.
Yes, since "xxx.net , xxx.biz" are separate domains, they must be purchased/registered.
If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.
2016-05-10 9:06 pm
In the most recent version of cpanel "parked domains" are now referred to as Aliases. Please update this post as this is very confusing.
2016-05-11 11:00 am
The terms have been noted in the article above. We still have not changed to the new version of cPanel on all of our hosting servers, so this article will remain until the changes have been implemented completely. I have added a note to the article to help clarify the issue.
If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know.