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Subdomains are a subsection of your main domain used to create different areas for your website. It exists as subdirectories of public_html (the document root) or your account’s home folder.
This can assist you in organizing your website. For example, you can create content areas for your website blog by making a subdomain from your main domain. Your blog can be accessed from blog.yoho.com and www.yoho.com/blog.
How to create a Subdomain in cPanel?
Step-1 Login to cPanel. Click the ‘Subdomains’ in the ‘Domains’ section.
Step-2 Type the subdomain name you want to create. Then select the name of the domain under which it should be created. Choose a subdirectory to store your subdomain files in your account’s home directory (above public_html).
Step-3 Click the Create button to complete the process. Subdomains will be created.
That’s it. Now you know how to create subdomains in cPanel. You will see the list of subdomains you have created in the cPanel > Subdomains area, where you can manage or delete your subdomains whenever you need.