What is Addon Domain
There are two types of domains other than Sub Domains on cPanel. Those are the main domain and the Addon Domain. The domain that you used to buy your hosting is the main domain. And the extra domains (if any) that you can add to the same cPanel would be Addon Domains. How many addon domains you can add to your hosting account will depend on the hosting package that you are buying. Addon domain works like the main domain and you can upload the website’s files under the specified folder under “public_html” for that addon domain. Addon domain fully functions as a domain name and you can later create subdomains for the addon domains too. Like any other domain name, you need to change the nameserver of that domain to our nameservers in order to get it working with our hosting service.
How to create Addon domain
First, log in to your cPanel and click on “Addon Domains” located in the domains section.Here you will find the necessary options to add your domain to your cPanel account as an addon domain
In here, you will find,
New Domain Name: Enter the domain that you want to add here. For example, if you want to add ?example.com? as your addon domain, type that domain in this box.
Subdomain: Subdomain field will be filled up once you enter the domain name and click on the subdomain box. Every addon domain is added as a special subdomain on cPanel. But it does have full functionally as the main domain. You do not need to change anything here.
Document Root: This field determines what directory it will choose for your addon domain. You do not need to change anything here too.
FTP Account: You can create a separate FTP account for this addon domain by clicking on “Create an FTP account associated with this Addon Domain” checkbox.
Now, click on the “Add Domain” button. That’s it! Your addon domain has been added to your cPanel account.
Note: Before adding the domain to your cPanel account, make sure that the nameserver of the domain has been changed to our nameserver “ns1.itnuthosting.com and ns2.itnuthosting.com”