Making subdomain

Started by Roger Dave, Oct 12, 2022, 03:22 AM

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What are the steps to create a subdomain for a website? Is it necessary to purchase another domain and associate it with the existing one?


Creating subdomains is a straightforward process that can be done through the web hosting admin panel. Simply navigate to the "domains" section and locate the "subdomains" subsection. From there, you can create an unlimited number of subdomains for your website, such as and

It's important to note that purchasing another domain is not necessary - as long as the main domain is created, you're good to go.

However, if you have a virtual hosting plan, make sure to check whether your tariff allows for subdomains. This information is often included on the order page, where you'll see either the available number of subdomains or the total number of domains and subdomains allowed.

If you're using a control panel like cPanel, creating subdomains is relatively easy. But if you don't have a control panel, things can get a bit more complicated.


For those who are new to subdomain creation, there are a few recommended steps to follow. First, go to the hosting control panel and select the "WWW-domains" section. From there, set the "Create" parameter and navigate to the WWW-domain creation panel.

Creating a subdomain is as simple as entering the desired name in the appropriate field. With these basic steps, you'll be able to set up a subdomain and start building a separate website with its own unique URL.

It's worth noting that while creating a subdomain is relatively easy, building and maintaining a successful website takes time and effort. Consider carefully whether a subdomain is the best way to achieve your online goals before diving in.


I have a question about creating a separate page on my WordPress site with its own structure and theme while still being part of the main site.

My initial thought was to create a separate site on a subdomain, but I'm unsure how to integrate the menu of the main site with the menu of the subdomain site. Specifically, I'd like users to be able to navigate seamlessly between the main site and the subdomain site by clicking on relevant menu items.

Integrating the menus in this way can be achieved through a combination of URL linking and customization of menu templates. It may take some trial and error to get it right, but with patience and attention to detail, it's definitely achievable.