Using addon domains, you can host multiple web sites with separate domain names on your Heaven Hoster account. An addon domain is a domain that points to a subdirectory within your primary account. For example, if you own the example.com domain name, you can configure it as an addon domain so that its files are stored in your account. A visitor to the example.com web site cannot tell that it is hosted on the same server as your primary domain.
To create an addon domain, follow these steps:
You can change the document root directory for an addon domain. You can also configure an addon domain to redirect to another domain. To make either of these modifications, follow these steps:
To remove an addon domain that you no longer need, follow these steps:
Aliases (which were referred to as Parked Domains in older versions of cPanel) are often used to reserve or “hold” a domain name that does not have an associated web site. Aliases can also be used as placeholders for existing web sites. For example, if you own the example.com domain name, you can alias the domain so it redirects to the primary domain of your Heaven Hoster account.
To add an Alias, follow these steps:
You should remove an alias when you no longer own the domain name, or when you want to set up a separate web site for the domain.
To remove an alias, follow these steps:
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