How To Add Addon Domain In Hostgator 2019 | Quick & Easy
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How To Add Addon Domain In Hostgator 2019 | Quick & Easy


How To Add Addon Domain In Hostgator
Hey guys, Bryan with WP Cupid Blog and in this video, I’m going to be going in-depth
on how to add addon domain in Hostgator. Adding a Hostgator addon domain is a quick
and easy process. Towards the end of the tutorial, I’ll be
going over what to do if your addon domain is not working after creating your addon domain
in Hostgator. If you haven’t purchased Hostgator hosting
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WordPress tutorial videos. What Is A Hostgator Addon Domain? Let’s start by answering a common question
that is asked which is what a Hostgator addon domain is? An addon domain in Hostgator is a domain that
you can create within your Hostgator Cpanel. An excellent way to think of it is you have
multiple Hostgator hosting packages, and they are all sharing the same Hostgator Cpanel. With an addon domain, you can create email
addresses, forwarders and everything else you can do like your primary domain name. To put it in simpler terms an addon domain
is how you would add a second website to Hostgator. The addon domain shares the same Hostgator
Cpanel and the server. Hostgator offers unlimited addon domains for
all of their hosting accounts except for the Hatchling plan. Here are the steps on How To Add Addon Domain
In Hostgator The first step in our add addon domain in
Hostgator tutorial is pointing your domain name servers to the Hostgator nameserver. If you purchased your additional domain name
from Hostgator, you can move on to the next step as your nameservers will already be pointing
to Hostgator. If you purchased your domain name from another
domain provider like Godaddy or my favorite domain provider Namecheap you will need to
log in to your domain registrars dashboard and go to the nameservers section and input
Hostgator’s nameservers. Unlike Bluehost where they have static nameservers
Hostgator’s nameservers are correspondent to the hosting server, you are on with Hostgator. I’ll show you how to find your Hostgator
nameservers so you can add them into your domain registrars nameservers section. When you purchased Hostgator more than likely,
you would have gotten your nameservers sent to you in your Hostgator welcome email. If you have that email saved you can pull
it up. Another way to locate your Hostgator nameservers
is to log in to your Hostgator Cpanel. Once you are logged in to your Hostgator Cpanel,
you will see a menu over to the left. Find preferences and click to move on to the
next step to find your Hostgator nameservers. Next, scroll down and over on the right-hand
side you will see your Hostgator nameservers listed. You now want to log in to your domain registrars
dashboard and find the nameservers section. Here is what the Godaddy nameserver section
looks like. Here is what the Namecheap nameserver section
looks like. If you need help pointing your Hostgator nameservers
to Namecheap, I’ve provided our video tutorial in the description below. If you need help pointing your Hostgator nameservers
to Godaddy, I’ve provided a link to the video in the description below. How To Create Addon domain in Hostgator Cpanel
From your Hostgator cPanel dashboard scroll down till you see addon domains under the
domains section. Click this to start adding the addon domain
via the Hostgator addon domain feature. We are now going to create an addon domain
in Hostgator. Put in the new domain name and the subdomain
and document root fields will automatically populate for you. You will see create an FTP account associated
with this addon domain. Make sure you select this. If you aren’t familiar with what FTP means
FTP stands for The File Transfer Program, and it’s a standard network protocol used
when transferring computer files between a client and server on a computer network. Put in a good password for your FTP account. Click add domain. You have successfully created an addon domain
in Hostgator. You will see modify addon domain below the
add domain button. This section will list out all of the addon
domains that you currently have created. You can easily modify your addon domains and
easily manage the redirections of the addon domains. Hostgator Addon Domain Not Working? After you’ve created your addon domain in
Hostgator Cpanel using the addon domain feature you might be having trouble accessing your
addon domain. Keep in mind once you add your addon domain
it could take up to 24 to 48 hours for the domain to fully propagate. Every now and again clear your cache in your
browser and see if the addon domain is live. This part takes some patience. And that is my tutorial video on how to add
addon domain in Hostgator. If you have any questions, get in touch as
I’m here to help you with anything you need. Alright guys, thanks for watching. Give this video a thumbs up and subscribe
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