Your account with InMotion Hosting may include the ability to host multiple websites depending on your hosting package. If you are unfamiliar with the package you are on you can determine how many addon domains you can have in cPanel. Click on the graphic at right in order to see the addon domain stats. You can get more about your server from the cPanel stats like PHP version, MySQL version, Subdomains, MySQL databases used and more.
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Add an Addon Domain from cPanel
- Once you are logged into your cPanel account, select “Addon Domain” under the “Domains” section:
- Next, you will need to fill out the details of the addon domain:
New Domain Name:
Enter the domain name you are adding to your cPanel.
Subdomain / Ftp Username:
When adding a new domain to your account, cPanel automatically configures an additional FTP user for this domain. While most users doesn’t need or use this account, cPanel requires that you enter an ftp username to continue.
The document root is the directory where the files for this website will be located. The default directory for new domains is /home/userna5/new_domain_name.com
The password you enter here is the FTP password for the FTP user mentioned above. As previously stated, most users don’t use this new FTP account, but cPanel requires that you enter a password here.
Enter the above password again to ensure you are typing it correctly.
- Once you are finished filling in the details, select the “Add Domain” button.
Congratulations! You have successfully set up your first addon domain.
Removing an Addon Domain from cPanel
Removing an addon domain is relatively simple and you can do so within cPanel itself.
Please keep in mind, removing the addon domain from within cPanel does not affect the domain name registration. If you would like to remove the domain name from your account permanently you can do so in AMP.
Learn more about cPanel’s domain management tools by clicking here.
Please check the next article on Adding a Parked Domain to cPanel. If you missed our previous article, please see the New Domains: Addon, Parked, and Subdomains tutorial. For more information on this course please visit Managing your Domains in cPanel.