Add-on or multi-hosted domains
Multi-hosted domains function just
like any other domain from the visitor's/browser's
point of view. If you have a multi-hosted
and your visitor types "www.multihosteddomain.com"
into the browser, the browser's address
bar will show "http://www.multihosteddomain.com"
and not "http://www.maindomain.com/multihosted".
If your visitor navigates to some other
page, the browser will accordingly show
All multi-hosted domain
names share the same IP address, control
panel, disk space, data transfer, MySQL
databases and other resources provided
in your main account.
do not have their own POP email accounts.
However, each multi-hosted domain comes
with a catch-all address that automatically
forwards all incoming email to your
main domain's POP account.
unlike your main account domain, cannot
have their own subdomains (subdomain.multihosted.com)
or SSL certificates. However, they have
their own CGI-BIN.
Parking domains is pointing multiple
domains to the front page of your main
A subdomain is a lower
level domain. It is added on the left
of the domain name, e.g. subdomain.example.com.
You can create as many subdomains as allowed
by your hosting plan. Domains and subdomains
have equal functional capabilities, including
web site management, e-mail service, FTP,
dedicated IPs, etc.; however subdomains
do not have their own DNS zones.
Your control panel comes
with full functional control to create
and manage add-on domains, parked domains