A New Day! let’s learn how to create subdomain in cPanel. In cPanel, you should have the option to create what is called a subdomain; a subdomain works separately from your main domain and can be useful for a number of website additions such as a Mobile version of your site, a forum, a blog, or even a store.
Here’s an example: If you were to add a forum to your site, you can create a subdomain named “forum” that would lead a person straight to that area of your website. Your website’s address, with the new subdomain added, would be “forum.domain.com”.
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cPanel allows you to create new subdomains with ease.
To set up a subdomain, just follow the steps below.
Create Subdomain in cPanel
Step 1: Log into your cPanel.
Step 2: Navigate over to the ‘Domains’ area and then click on ‘Subdomains’.
3rd Step : Fill in the name you choose for the subdomain and then choose the domain to create it under. This should automatically create a folder for that subdomain in your ‘public_html’ folder.
Step 4: Click the ‘Create’ button. After this, you will see a message which states that your subdomain has been created.
These are all the steps you’ll need to know in order to add your first subdomain.
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