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How To Create A Domain Alias In CPanel

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Creating new “Aliases” in cPanel. These are called “Parked Domains” on older versions of cPanel.

To use a domain alias, you must first register the domain name from a registrar (ie; Nominet and OpenProvider) and must configure the domain name’s DNS records to redirect you to your website’s nameservers.

A domain alias (parked domain) is usually used to reserve a domain that does not have any website associated, or as a placeholder for an existing website. You can create an alias and then redirect it to your main domain hosted within UKHost4u through cPanel.

First, you need to Login to your cPanel account. (Don’t know how to login to your cPanel account? Click here)

From the cPanel main screen, locate the category “Domains” and click on “Aliases”.

Once inside the “Aliases” screen, you can enter the new domain on the field and just click on “Add Domain”.




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