How to Remove a Domain in Plesk
You can remove a domain in Plesk by following this tutorial. Log in to your Plesk account. Click on Websites & Domains from the Sidebar Menu. Under the list of domains, click on the More icon in front of the domain and select Remove website. Confirm with Yes to remove the domain.
How to Remove an Add-on Domain in cPanel
Log in to your cPanel account. In the Domains section, click on Addon Domains. Locate the addon domain under Modify Addon Domain and click on Remove. Click on Remove once more. You should see a message that your addon domain has been removed.
How to Add a CNAME Record in cPanel
CNAME records, often termed alias records, are responsible for linking an alias with its canonical designation. To incorporate a CNAME Record, employ the Zone Editor feature in cPanel. Access your cPanel dashboard. Within the **Domains** category, opt for the **Zone Editor**. Under the **Domains** tab, a plethora of choices will be visible under **Actions**. Choose **CNAME Record**. A dialogue box will emerge, prompting you to furnish the necessary details: Name: Input the desired name, for instance, **www**. Consequently, cPanel will auto-append the domain, rendering an outcome akin to www.example.com. CNAME: Key in the respective domain name. Conclude by pressing **Add a CNAME Record**. Upon successful integration, a confirmation message will greet you. Reminder: Depending on global propagation, the adjustments might require 12 to 24 hours to be fully realized.
How to Add a Subdomain in Plesk
. Log in to your Plesk account. Click on Websites & Domains from the Sidebar Menu. Click on Add Subdomain. . Enter a subdomain name and select a domain from the Domain field. . Click OK. Once your Subdomain is added, you can manage it from Websites & Domains.
How to Create Addon Domains in cPanel
Before adding the addon domain, point your addon domain nameservers to your primary domain nameservers and wait for domain propagation. It usually takes between 12 and 24 hours for the changes to take effect. Log in to your cPanel account. In the Domains section, click on Addon Domains. Under the Create an Addon Domain, enter the following details: New Domain Name: Your Addon domain name, such as example2.com. Subdomain: It fills up automatically. Document Root: It fills up automatically. Leave the option Create an FTP account associated with this Addon Domain as it is. Click on Add Domain. You should see a message that the addon domain has been created.