A subdomain is a subsection of your website that exists as a subdirectory in your
public_html (Document Root) directory. Subdomains use a prefix in conjunction with the domain name. For example, if the registered domain name is
example.com, the subdomain will be
It is important to remember that it takes time for the subdomain to become recognized by other computers on the web. Visitors will not be able to view your subdomain immediately; the process takes anywhere from two days to a week.
You can use subdomains to create unique user accounts for “vanity domains.” This is helpful if, for example, you have a blog, or any other type of website that uses a domain specifically titled for a user.
To create a subdomain, perform the following steps:
To open the subdomain’s main directory with the File Manager, click the link under Document Root that corresponds to the subdomain that you want to view in the File Manager.
To search through existing domains, perform the following steps:
Results that match your search criteria will populate the list.
To modify the document root for a subdomain, perform the following steps:
To enable or disable redirection of a subdomain, perform the following steps:
To remove an existing subdomain, perform the following steps: