How to Add Parked Domains to Your Website Using cPanel

This article will give you a step by step guide on how to add Parked Domains to your website from your cPanel.

What is a Parked Domain?

A Parked Domain or Domain Pointer allows you to “point” or “park” extra domains to your hosting account. This will allow users to access your website once they enter the “parked” or “pointed” domain into their browsers.

To add a Parked Domain sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Go to Domains and click Parked Domains

2) Enter the desired name for your new parked domain

3) Click Add Domain

4) You will then get a confirmation page that your parked domain has been created

This concludes how to add Parked Domains to your website from your cPanel

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5 Comments on How to Add Parked Domains to Your Website Using cPanel

  1. wedeClegedy says:

    Thanks for writing, I very much liked

  2. sam says:

    I parked the domain but I can’t go any furher because I get this message.

    “There was a problem creating the parked domain. Show Details

    ***afm.com is already configured. Sorry, that domain is already setup (remove it from httpd.conf) ”
    What’s next and how to I redirect the domain?

    • Noah S Noah S says:

      Hi,

      Please send an e-mail to support[@]arvixe.com and provide them with your user name and domain name. They will be able to assist you in parking the domain.

      Regards,

  3. oriste says:

    If I need to add 32 parked domains and each of these parked domains needs to be redirected to one of my add-on domains, is there a way to do this faster than manually entering all the dialogs?

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