If someone were to view any of the above URL's, they would see the pages stored at yourdomain.com.
This feature is available on any plan at no additional cost.
NOTE: Domain registration fee's will still apply to Domain Aliases.
There are several useful applications for Sub Domains. Here's just a few examples:
Sub-Domains can be used to organize the content within your web site.
Consider the following URL's
|http://www.yourdomain.com||Main Web Site|
|http://www.yourdomain.com/info||Your Company Information|
|http://www.yourdomain.com/contact||Your Company Contact Info.|
Using sub-domains you can offer simpler URL's to your clients:
Sub-Domains can be used to create small web sites.
If you have a web site that you would like to put on the net, but it doesn't receive very much traffic, and doesn't need a lot of disk space, you can setup a Sub-Domain to point to a specific directory within your main web site.
This will allow you store a separate set of web pages inside your main account under the "new_company" directory/folder, but if someone were to visit http://www.new_company.com, they would never know it wasn't setup as a full account. The fact that its sitting within another account would be transparent to them.
NOTE: Domain registration fee's will still apply to sub-domains.
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