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How to set up a subdomain in cPanel

Here are the steps to set up a subdomain in cPanel for

Log into your cPanel account.

In the "Domains" section, click on "Subdomains".

Enter the desired subdomain name in the "Subdomain" field. For example, if you want to create, enter "blog".

Choose the domain for which you want to create the subdomain from the drop-down menu.

Under "Document Root", you can either:
• Select the default document root directory for the subdomain
• Or, click on the "Document Root" option to specify a custom directory

Click "Create" to set up the new subdomain.

Once created, you may need to:
• Create a new directory for the subdomain's content
• Upload files to the subdomain's directory
• Set up DNS records (if required)

You can manage subdomains from the "Subdomain" section in cPanel, including:
• Editing subdomain document root
• Removing subdomains
• Creating subdomain redirects

By following these steps, you can easily create and manage subdomains for your website through the user-friendly cPanel interface.

Updated on: 19/04/2024

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