CPanel Domains Tutorials

The cPanel Domains panel provides tools enabling you to create and manage all aspects of your domain. This includes configuring domains, addon domains, subdomains, aliases on your account. You can also setup redirects, or if required, configure DNS zones.

cPanel Domains Panel
cPanel Domains Panel CREDIT: THE WEBMASTER

The Advanced Panel contains the following features:

1

Site Publisher

The Site Publisher allows you to create a single page website, under construction page, or a vcard from a set of simple templates. These are useful when your site is under construction, but you wish to display some basic information to your visitors.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to use the Site Publisher in cPanel (Coming Soon)
2

Domains

The Domains tool in cPanel allows you to create and manage all of your domains, subdomains, addon domains, and aliases.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to manage your Domains in cPanel? (Coming Soon)
3

Addon Domains

The Addon Domains feature allows you to create and manage your addon domains. Addon domains are where you can control multiple domains from a single hosting account. This links a new domain name to a directory in your hosting account, where you store the files for that domain.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to create an Addon Domain in cPanel (Coming Soon)
  • How to modify an Addon Domain in cPanel (Coming Soon)
4

Subdomains

The Subdomains feature allows you to create and manage your subdomains. Subdomains can be used to create a subsection of your website that exists as a new website without needing a new domain name.

Subdomains use a prefix with your existing domain name, for example blog.thewebmaster.com.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to create a Subdomain in cPanel (Coming Soon)
  • How to modify a Subdomain in cPanel (Coming Soon)
5

Aliases

The Aliases feature allows you to create and manage your domain aliases. A domain alias allows you to access your website from another domain name. For example you can make thewebmaster.net show content from thewebmaster.com.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to create an Alias in cPanel (Coming Soon)
  • How to modify an Alias in cPanel (Coming Soon)
6

Redirects

The Redirects feature allows you to redirect visitors from your domain, or URL on your domain to another URL.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to create redirects in cPanel (Coming Soon)
7

Zone Editor

The Zone Editor feature allows you to create, edit, and delete Domain Name System (DNS) zone records.

See the following tutorials:

  • How to use the DNS Zone Editor in cPanel (Coming Soon))
8

Dynamic DNS

A Dynamic DNS is an advanced feature that is used to connect to a domain or hostname dynamically to reflect the new IP when it changes.

A dynamic DNS is mostly used to connect to things on a home or office network that is served from an ISP’s dynamic (constantly changing) IP, rather than a static IP.