Managing Your Hosting Account Domains
After you set up your hosting account, you can manage the domains it uses:
|Add Domains||Add domains to your account to either alias your existing website or host entirely independent websites. For more information, see Add domains.|
|Remove Domains||Remove domains you added but no longer want to use on this hosting account. This also lets you move domains between hosting accounts. For more information, see Remove domains.|
|Change Primary Domain||Changing the primary hosted domain lets you host a different website in the root folder of your hosting account. For more information, see Change your account's domain.|
|Secondary domains can use folders besides the hosting account's root as the root for their websites — you can change which folders they use at any time. For more information, see Change a secondary domain's root folder.|
|Add Subdomain||Subdomains are for websites using anything in front of your domain besides www. For example, in blog.coolexample.com, blog is a subdomain. To host a website using a subdomain, see Managing Your Hosting Account Subdomains.
If you want to use a subdomain that is hosted somewhere besides your hosting account, you probably want to use DNS entries, such as A Records or CNAMEs (more info).
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