Setting up a 301 Domain Redirect in cPanel

At times you may want to 301 domain redirect traffic from one domain to another and this can be done at both the domain level and for specific web pages. For example, domain.com and its web traffic can be redirected to anotherdomain.com OR domain.com/aboutus.html can be redirected to anotherdomain.com/about.html. In this guide we show you Read More >

Deleting an Addon Domain

In this article, you will learn how to remove add-on domains and how to correct possible conflicts due to established subdomains. Removing an Addon Domain When you are removing add-on domains it important to remember that the cPanel automatically creates the folder where the website files are saved. If the folder is also a subdomain Read More >

Using the Zone Editor in cPanel

In this Tutorial: Understanding How DNS Works Viewing DNS Records Adding DNS Records Deleting DNS Records Resetting DNS Zone Understanding How DNS Works Domain Name System (DNS) records are used to provide specific, important details for your domain. The simplest way to understand how DNS records work is to use the analogy of a phone Read More >

Modify an Add-on domain’s document root in cPanel

In this article we’ll discuss how to modify the document root one of your addon domains in cPanel. If you’ve read our previous article about adding an addon domain in cPanel, you should know how to create an addon domain.   However if you accidentally pointed that addon domain to an incorrect folder, or simply Read More >

Creating a Subdomain in cPanel

As an InMotion web hosting customer, you can create subdomains (separately from your main domain) in the Sub domains function in cPanel. For example, if you have a forum for your site, you can create a subdomain called “forum” and the address would be “forum.example.com” Many people use subdomains for mobile versions of their website, Read More >