CPanel tutorial: bind domain names

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Domain name binding type specification

There are three basic types of domain name management for cPanel panel: 2011-03-10_362 (figure 1) domain name management. Suspended Domains: multiple Domains are bound to a web site. For example, you have registered two domain names:,, and you want to be able to access the same site by visiting any one of them, and you can use the “suspended domain” to bind it. Addon Domains: bind another domain to space and build another independent site. For example, in your space, there is already a station,, and you want to use to build a separate website, and you can use the [additional domain] binding. Subdomains: a secondary domain name that you bind to the top-level domain name on the host. For example, you have a domain name,, and you can also set up a secondary domain name like,

Domain name binding demo

Note: sometimes, before binding domain in the cPanel, putting your DNS to host space of server, generally to modify the NS, otherwise may not be able to bind, specific can consult your host. Before the domain name binding, you need to be on the left side of the panel front page bar check your host can be bound on the number of domain name, such as shown below, you can add numerous sub-domain and suspend domain, five additional domains. 2011-03-10_370

The suspended domain is the domain

Click on the [pause domain] in (figure 1), enter the add page, enter your domain name, and then click [add domain]. 2011-03-10_363 So you can use this new domain name to visit your website.

Additional domain Addon Domains

Click (figure 1) to fill in your new domain name, automatically generate an FTP account and site folder, fill in the FTP password, and click [add domain]. 2011-03-10_368 Next you use FTP to log in and upload your website file to /public_html/ your domain name/directory.

Subdomain Subdomains

Click the subdomains (figure 1), fill in the secondary domain, choose the top-level domain, will automatically generate a secondary domain folder, such as the image below BBS, click on the “generate mailing list” (translation errors) 2011-03-10_369 Next, you can log in to FTP and upload your secondary domain files to a secondary domain folder, such as the BBS here. Well, the cPanel domain binding tutorial is written here, and if you don’t know where you are, you can leave a comment below and talk to each other.

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