How to Add Sub-Domains to Your Website Using cPanel

This article will give you a step by step guide on how to add sub-domains to your website from your cPanel.

Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Go to Domains and click Subdomains

2) Enter the desired name of your subdomain

3) Click Create

4) You will then get a confirmation page letting you know that your subdomain has been created

This concludes how to add sub-domains to your website from your cPanel

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6 Comments on How to Add Sub-Domains to Your Website Using cPanel

  1. juice says:

    It seems this would create a subdomain folder into /public_html/ which is the main site. Is this correct? Meaning if I went to http:mysite.com/subdomain it would be listed there.

    What if i need my subdomain to exist outside of the main root site like a true subdomain. How would that be set up?

  2. I like this post, enjoyed this one thankyou for putting up.

  3. Very intriguing blog. Im glad I checked it out….will follow.

  4. work.az says:

    thanks, its very helpfull

  5. Purvi says:

    This is very good post. I’m glad you have provided this. Thank you.

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