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What is a subdomain name?

A subdomain is a second website, with its own unique content, but there is no new domain name. Instead, you use an existing domain name and change the www to another name. The subdomain name looks like,, (assuming you already host To create a subdomain, please do the following: Login to cPanel and click Subdomains. In the ... Read More »

Sub Domain

Search subdomains To search through existing domains, perform the following steps: Enter the search criteria into the Search text box. Click Go. Results that match your search criteria will populate the list. Modify a subdomain Modify the document root for a subdomain To modify the document root for a subdomain, perform the following steps: Click the notepad icon that corresponds to the subdomain ... Read More »


Home >> Domains >> Subdomains A subdomain is a subsection of your website that exists as a subdirectory in your public_html (Document Root) directory. Subdomains use a prefix in conjunction with the domain name. For example, if the registered domain name is, the subdomain will be It is important to remember that it takes time for the subdomain to become recognized by ... Read More »

Parked Domains

Parked domains allow you to “park” additional domain names to your existing hosting account. This allows users to reach your website when they enter the parked domain in their browsers.  Through the Parked Domains feature you can add parked domains to your account. A parked domain allows you to reach your domain when entering the name of the parked domain ... Read More »

Parked Domains

Through the Parked Domains feature you can add parked domains to your account. A parked domain allows you to reach your domain when entering the name of the parked domain into a browser. You can use a parked domain to allow multiple spellings of a domain name to access a single domain. Add a Parked Domain Detailed Tutorial STEP 1To ... Read More »

How can I protect my personal information?

For most gTLDs, information about the registrant of each domain name is publicly available in each registry’s Whois database, which is used to facilitate the resolution of technical problems and to enforce consumer protection, trademark and other laws. Two notable exceptions are the .COM and .NET registry Whois services, which list the registrar responsible for maintaining the domain registration record. ... Read More »

How do I renew a domain name that I have already registered?

You must contact your registrar before the expiration date of your domain if you intend to renew the registration, unless you have signed up for any automatic renewal services offered by your registrar. When you first register a domain, you are given a choice of selecting a one-year, or longer, registration period. You should keep track of the expiration date, ... Read More »

Changes to Renew Grace Period effective from 19th Aug 2013

As previously informed, the Renew Grace Period will be revised from 40 to 36 days for all .COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, .BIZ, .NAME, and .US domain names. Additionally, keeping in line with your requests, the Renew Grace Period for .IN domain names will be revised to 36 days from the current 15 days. After the 36th day from expiry, the ... Read More »

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