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Creating a parked domain in cPanel

The most recent version of cPanel removed previous themes like as Paper Lantern and now defaults to the Jupiter theme. In the new theme, the method for adding subdomains has been relocated to the “Domains” section. Please see the revised version of this article by clicking here.

To create a “parked” domain in your cPanel hosting account, you’ll need to follow the steps below.

  1. Log into your cPanel account
  2. Locate and click on the “Parked Domains” icon in the “Domains” category.
  3. Enter the domain name you wish to park.
  4. Click on the “Add Domain” button.


This will only work if the parked domain’s DNS servers are set to the same as the master domain’s. The domain you’re adding to be parked also cannot exist on our servers, either as an already parked domain, another cPanel account domain OR an addon domain.

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