When you are signed into cPanel, on the left hand details sheet, extend it out. In the event that the details are not extended, the cPanel ought to resemble the preview to one side. In the event that you don’t see the “Extend Stats” then your details are extended as of now.
Here you can discover what number of extra domains you as of now have and the total number of extra domains you can have. You can get all the more about your server from the cPanel details like PHP adaptation, MySQL rendition, Subdomains, MySQL databases utilized and then some.
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 add-on 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.|
|Document Root:||The document root is the directory where the files for this website will be located. The default directory for new domains is public_html/NewDomain|
|Password||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.|
|Password (Again):||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.