cPanel Removed the Addon Domains, Alias Domains and Subdomains features

  • Wednesday, 3rd August, 2022
  • 17:47pm

In cPanel version 106, cPanel removed the Addon Domains, Subdomains, and Alias Domains interfaces from the Jupiter theme. To manage addon domains, subdomains, or domain aliases, use the Domains interface.

To create a domain, perform the following steps:

  1. Click Create a New Domain. A new interface will appear.

  2. Enter a fully qualified domain name in the Domain text box.

    • To create a new domain, enter the new domain name. For example,

    • To create a subdomain, enter a new name followed by a period (.) and then the website’s domain. For example, enter to create a subdomain of

  3. Optionally, you can specify the directory where you want the files for the domain to exist (the domain’s document root). To create this directory, deselect the Share document root with “” checkbox, where represents your main domain.

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