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How can I create a subdomain inside my new domain: orangeadex.tk (old orangeadex.heliohost.org)? I want something like subdomain.orangeadex.tk? Is it possible? Up to how many subdomains like that can I create? When I create a subdomain, my files must go to the folder related to that subdomain, right?

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Create one using Aliases under the domain tab in the cPanel. And that’s it, you don’t have to do anything else. All you have to do is just upload your files and visit with your new domain as normal. All of our servers are unlimited, so you can add as many as you like.

 

Also, did you purchase that domain yet? If not, you will have to do that first and using our nameservers to work. AFTER you add the new domain.

 

ns1.heliohost.org

ns2.heliohost.org

 

EDIT: For the subdomain, you can do that using the subdomain tab under the domains tab. You just have to change it in the domain dropdown option, and yes you do have to upload your files to your related domain.

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Create one using Aliases under the domain tab in the cPanel. And that’s it, you don’t have to do anything else. All you have to do is just upload your files and visit with your new domain as normal. All of our servers are unlimited, so you can add as many as you like.

 

Also, did you purchase that domain yet? If not, you will have to do that first and using our nameservers to work. AFTER you add the new domain.

 

ns1.heliohost.org

ns2.heliohost.org

 

EDIT: For the subdomain, you can do that using the subdomain tab under the domains tab. You just have to change it in the domain dropdown option, and yes you do have to upload your files to your related domain.

Nope, I didn't purchase it yet. I just hired it for one year for free. Is there any problem about it? Will it work all the same?

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When he said "purchased" he probably meant "registered". Some people just type in random domain names and expect them to work without registering them from a domain registrar. If you went to freenom's website and registered this orangeadex.tk domain, then it should work just fine.

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When he said "purchased" he probably meant "registered". Some people just type in random domain names and expect them to work without registering them from a domain registrar. If you went to freenom's website and registered this orangeadex.tk domain, then it should work just fine.

Yep. That’s what I meant to say.

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When he said "purchased" he probably meant "registered". Some people just type in random domain names and expect them to work without registering them from a domain registrar. If you went to freenom's website and registered this orangeadex.tk domain, then it should work just fine.

Oh, yep, I did. Thanks!

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