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This interface lists your domains.
The Main Domain label identifies the domain that your hosting provider listed to create this account.
This interface displays an unlinked file path if your hosting provider disables the File Manager feature. For more information, contact your hosting provider.
To manage redirects, navigate to the Redirects interface (cPanel >> Home >> Domains >> Redirects).
|Show Associated Subdomains|
To show subdomains that the system automatically creates, perform the following steps:
Use the Manage the Domain interface to manage the document root path, remove the domain, or perform other actions.
In the Additional Resources menu, you can perform the following actions (a new tab will appear):
These options only appear if your hosting provider enables them.
The document root defines the domain's directory relative to the cPanel account's home directory. For example, if you enter
newdomain.com in the New Document Root text box and the cPanel account uses the
/home/username home directory, the files for that domain will reside in the
To provide a new document root, perform the following steps:
To remove the domain from the cPanel account, perform the following steps:
vhostentries and DNS entries. The server retains the domain's directory and contents.
If you remove a domain that contains email accounts, those email accounts will not appear in the Email Accounts interface (cPanel >> Home >> Email >> Email Accounts). However, the mail folders continue to exist on the server. If you add the domain again, the email accounts will reappear.