Parked domains function as pointing devices. When a user enters the address for a parked domain, it redirects to the main domain on which it is parked.
For example, if
example1.com is parked on
example.com will be accessed when
example1.com is entered into the web browser. Once the parked domain has been added to the server, it can be removed or used as a redirector when you click the appropriate links under the Actions heading in the list.
To add a parked domain:
To open the parked domain’s home directory with the File Manager:
To enable or disable redirection of a parked domain:
To remove an existing parked domain:
You may also search through existing parked domains:
Results matching your search criteria will populate the list.
|Addon Domains||Parked Domains|
|Main Domain Appears in the Address Bar||Yes||No|
|Apache Directive Used||VirtualHost||ServerAlias|
|Treated as a Sub-Domain (other than URL)||Yes||No|
|Ideal for multiple domains sharing the same address||No||Yes|
8th of August, 2013