Domains: Setup A Subdomain
Sub domains function separately from your main domain. They use your main domain name and a prefix. For example, to host blog on site5demo.com, you may wish to create a blog.site5demo.com subdomain.
Note: Subdomain document roots are relative to your account’s home directory
Creating a sub-domain in SiteAdmin
This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to SiteAdmin
Now let’s see how to add a subdomain.
3) Click Create
That’s it! Wait for DNS propagation (normally 2 hours) and your new subdomain should be live.
Creating a sub-domain in cPanel
This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to cPanel
Now let’s learn how to create a subdomain
3) Make sure the domain name your subdomain will be associated with is selected
A folder called “clients” has also been created, which is where you would upload files for this subdomain. It’s located in the public_html directory, and can also be accessed like this:www.mybiz123.net/clients
This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to create a subdomain in cPanel