Delete Subdomains in WebsitePanel

In this article I will give you a step-by-step guide on how to remove subdomains in WebsitePanel.

1. Sign into your WebsitePanel:

12. Before deleting the subdomain, it is necessary to delete the website first. Go to Web and then click on Websites:

23. Click on the name of the website that you want to delete:

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4. Click on Delete to remove the website:

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5. Now click on Domains:

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6. Click on the name of the subdomain that you will delete:

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7. Click on Delete:

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8. In the Warning Dialog, Click Ok:

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That’s it! The Subdomain has been disabled.

This concludes Delete Subdomains in WebsitePanel

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Rodolfo Hernandez

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2 Comments on Delete Subdomains in WebsitePanel

  1. Hayes Hayes says:

    Delete ‘subdomain’ by deleting the entire website? Ouch, what am I not getting here?

    What if there is simply a change or transfer or removal and building of more than one subdomain on the website? I must be confused? Thank you ahead of time for clarification for those like me with less experience.

  2. Hayes Hayes says:

    R.H. Thank you for posting this, as it got me thinking also, as well as I was having issue trying to same and found your post today. And then I found this posting. I am curious, as sometimes there are two or three ways to resolve a variety of issues? Thank you ahead of time for your postings and comments:

    http://forum.arvixe.com/smf/general/remove-domain-pointer/msg27163/#msg27163

    and in particular, this comment:
    Hello,
    You can remove the domain pointer from the website’s properties page of your control panel.

    Login to your control panel > web > websites > click on the site to which the pointer is set > go to the “pointers” tab > and there you will get option to delete the pointer.
    Abner Myloth
    Shift Manager
    abner.myloth@arvixe.com
    1-888-927-8493

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