How to add domain and subdomain in Plesk Control Panel?

This article will guide you on how to add domains and sub domains in Plesk Control Panel.

Step: 1

Login to the Plesk Panel by referring to below mentioned Login details:

URL: http://IP-address:8880
Username: admin
Password: As per set by you

Plesk Login Screen

Step: 2

Click on "Add New Domain" and you will see the window as shown below:

Add a New Domain in Plesk Panel

Step: 3

Here, put your "Domain Name". Specify the “Location of website's files”. Select “Use our DNS settings (Recommended)” from DNS Settings. Select “Website hosting” from Hosting type. Specify the “Document root”. Select “Preferred domain” from Hosting Settings. Then click on “Ok” button.



Specify Domain Name and Select Web Space


Specify DNS Settings of a New Domain


Specify Hosting Type and Hosting Settings of a Domain

Step: 4

You can see your domain is hosted now. You can edit the settings for the website like edit DNS Records, Mail Settings, PHP Settings, etc.



Specify Additional Settings of a Domain


Specify Additional Settings of a Domain


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