How to add domain, sub-domain, addon domain and alias / parked domain using jupiter theme of cPanel?

The Jupiter theme has replaced the outdated Paper Lantern theme in cPanel and brings several updates and improvements. One of these changes is the consolidation of the Add-on Domains and Sub Domains options under the new "Domains" option. This makes it easier to manage your domains in one place.

The process of adding a new domain in the Jupiter theme of cPanel is straightforward and can be accomplished by following a few simple steps.

Once you have logged into your cPanel account, navigate to the "Domains" section.

In this section, you will find a blue button at the top right corner labeled "Create A New Domain." Click on this button to begin the process of adding your new addon domain, sub-domain, and alias/parked domain.

 

 

Adding an Addon Domain:

Step 1. To add an Addon domain in the Jupiter cPanel theme, you will need to enter the name of the domain in the "Domain" text box.

Step 2. Uncheck the option that says "Share document root (/home/username/public_html) with 'domain.tld'." This will ensure that the files for this domain are not stored in the same location as your other domains.

Step 3. Next, you will need to specify the directory where you want the files for this domain to be stored.

Step 4. Once you have completed these steps, click on the "Submit" button to add the new domain to your cPanel account.

Adding a Sub-Domain:

A subdomain allows you to create a new subdomain for your existing domain.

Step 1. To add a new subdomain in the Jupiter cPanel theme, you will need to specify the name of the subdomain in the "Domain" text box.

Step 2. Uncheck the option that says, "Share document root (/home/username/public_html) with 'domain.tld'." This will ensure that the files for this subdomain are not stored in the same location as your other domains.

Step 3. You should also enter the name of the directory where the files for this subdomain will be stored.

Step 4. Once you have completed these steps, click the "Submit" button to add the new subdomain to your cPanel account.

Adding a Parked Domain/Alias Domain:

A parked domain, also known as an alias domain, allows you to point an additional domain name to your primary domain.

Step 1. To add a new alias domain in the Jupiter cPanel theme, you will need to enter the domain name that you want to use as an alias in the "Domain" text box.

Step 2. It is important to make sure that "Share document root (/home/username/public_html) with 'domain.tld'" is selected in order to associate the alias domain with the main domain's file location.

Step 3. Once you have completed these steps, click on the "Submit" button to add the new alias domain to your cPanel account. This will allow visitors to access your website using the alias domain name in addition to the main domain name.

By following the steps mentioned in this guide, you can easily add an addon domain, subdomain, or parked domain in the new Jupiter theme in cPanel. In conclusion, this guide has provided an overview of how to add new domains using the Jupiter theme in cPanel.

We hope you find this information helpful and are more comfortable using the new theme.

 


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