cPanel 10 Tutorial: Parked domains

How to use Parked domains

The Parked Domain Maintenance menu allows you to add parked domains to your account. A parked domain allows you to reach your domain when entering the name of the parked domain into a browser. You can use a parked domain to allow multiple spellings of a domain name to access a single domain.

Step 1: To access the Parked Domain Maintenance menu, click on the icon above the words Parked Domains on the main screen of your cPanel interface.

Step 2: To add a parked domain, enter the name of the domain in the blank field next to New Domain Name, and click on Add Domain!

Troubleshooting Tips: Make sure to register the parked domain with a valid domain registrar or else it will not work.

Removing parked domains

The Parked Domain Maintenance menu allows you to remove parked domains to your account. If a parked domain is no longer necessary, you can remove it without removing the main domain.

Step 1: To access the Parked Domain Maintenance menu, click on the icon above the words Parked Domains on the main screen of your cPanel interface.

Step 2: To remove a parked domain, select the domain from the drop box next to Remove Parked Domain, and click on Remove Domain!