Removal Of Add-on, Alias Domains, and Subdomains Feature From cPanel's Interface
To manage addon domains, subdomains, or domain aliases in the new version of our cPanel, please use the new Domains interface.
The interface allows you to create and manage multiple domains from a single cPanel account.
To create a new domain, enter the new domain name.
To create a subdomain, enter a new name followed by a period (.) and then the website's domain.
For example to create "subdomain.example.com", enter "subdomain" followed by a period (.) and then the website's domain to create a subdomain of example.com.
To specify the directory holding the files you want to serve, deselect the Share document root with the "example.com" checkbox, where example.com represents your main domain.
Enter different values in the Document Root (File System Location) and Subdomain text boxes as desired.
Once added, click the home icon or the file path to navigate to the File Manager interface (cPanel >> Files >> File Manager) for that domain.
Confirm that this is the directory you wish to serve.
If it is wrong, you can either delete the domain or re-add it making sure that the directory path is correct.
Or edit to set a new document root/path and then click Update.
Since we offer free SSL/TLS certificates for every domain you host with us, we recommend that you toggle the Force HTTPS Redirect to ensure that the website is serving your content securely.
Why is this important?
Previously, to add an add-on domain, subdomain, and/or alias domain, you visit these individually in the Domains section of your cPanel.
This often causes confusion, especially for the new cPanel users.
With this update, you have one single pane to see and manage all your domains: main account domain, subdomains, addons, or aliases.