How To Host Unlimited Website Using Addon Domains In Your Hosting Account
Unlimited Domains Hosting
This article will talk about using one hosting account to hosting many website. The setting for this is done at the WEB HOSTING END.
The phrase unlimited domains is used regularly in web hosting, but what does it really mean?
With your Fajiweb plans you have the ability to host as many domains and website as you wish in your cPanel account. This means you have the luxury of managing all of your websites from the one place and all on the same server!
Only Faji Blaze, Faji Extra, Faji Pro and Faji Pro Plus have between 1 Parked & Addon Domains to Unlimited Parked & Addon Domains which you can use to host multiple websites.
While we offer unlimited domain aliasing on our shared hosting accounts, we do not recommend using shared hosting for more than 5 websites. Doing so taxes the server resources and hinders performance of your websites.
To host multiple websites on your hosting account you must, you either use Addon Domains or Parked Domains.
To add any of your existing domains to your Fajiweb Hosting account you simply need to point your domain's nameservers to us and add the domain as an addon or parked domain in your cPanel account, depending on the content you wish to host on it. These two options can be found in the Domains menu in your cPanel account. The following descriptions should help you decide which option is right for your domain:
An addon domain is a separate domain that is hosted in your primary domains account, which appears as if it is hosted on its own account. If computerguy.com is your primary domain and you add your existing domain forumwebisitehosting.com as an addon in your cPanel account, a user browsing to "forumwebisitehosting.com" will see "forumwebisitehosting.com" in the URL, complete with it's own separate content.
A parked domain is used when you want the same content that is hosted on your primary domain to be visible on another domain. This is commonly used when someone owns different extensions of the same domain name such as "cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.com", "cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.net" and "cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.org".
So if cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.com is your main website, anybody that goes to cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.net and cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.org will be seeing the content in cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.com, but will be seeing the domain name they type in the url. So if they type cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.net, they will see cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.net in the URL but see the content of cheaphostingandwebsitedesigncompanies.com