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How to Create a Subdomain in cPanel

It is not necessary to register a new domain if you’ve already purchased one. And if your goal is to have a separate website as a division to other functions of your website. A Subdomain will help you achieve that goal with no cost. This article will guide you how to Create Subdomain in Crazy Domains Hosting Manager.

How to Create a Subdomain

A Subdomain will help you to organise other specific sections for your website. For example, you can create a specific page for “gallery” for your website. That can be accessible through your URL gallery.mydomain.com. You can follow these steps below to create a Subdomain.

Step 1. Log in to your cPanel.

Step 2. Scroll to Domains tab, then click the Subdomains option.

Step 3.  On the Subdomain page, enter the following details to the following:

Subdomain Enter the name of the subsection. For example: blog.mydomain.com or support.mydomain.com
Domain Select the primary domain you prefer the subdomain to be an extension of.
Document Root The specific pathway for your subdomain. Usually generated by the system.

Step 4. Click the Create button.

You will see a confirmation message once it is complete. Click the Go Back button to return to the Subdomain page. So you can also manage other settings for your Subdomains in this linked guide.

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