Have you ever thought about using the subdomains in the cPanel? If not, then you must read this post carefully as it will tell you about how to manage the subdomains in cPanel.
A subdomain can be defined as a domain that is tagged on to an existing domain. For example, the gPlus and Gmail uses subdomains plus.google.com and mail.google.com. The subdomains are easy to add and the users can access them like they access any site. A very simple point and click way procedure is offered by the cPanel for the creation of subdomains in the hosting account.
In this blog, we will tell you about step by step procedure on how to manage subdomains in cPanel.
Create a Subdomain
In the first step, you have to log into your cPanel account using a username and password.
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After login, you should go to the Domains section and then, click on the Subdomains option.
After clicking on the Subdomains option, you will enter the subdomains page. There will be an entry section where you have to add a subdomain and a list of present subdomains lower down the page.
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After entering all the details, click on the create button. After that, you will see a message that will state “has been created”.
That’s it, congratulations as you have added your first subdomain.
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