If you want to set up a domain that will only be used to point to your primary (main) domain, then you can create the domain as a Parked Domain.  For example, if we wanted to have all traffic that went to example.net directed to example.com, we would add example.net as a Parked Domain.

To add a Parked Domain, first select "Parked Domain" under the "Domains" sub-header in your cPanel:


On this screen, simply put the domain you want to add in the box and click on "Add Domain:"


Once it has been added, you can verify it on the Parked Domain screen:


Please note, removing a domain from cPanel does not cancel the registration of that domain, these are separate steps. If you have a domain you do not wish to renew, please see our article on how to cancel a domain registration.

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n/a Points
2016-04-14 7:52 pm

I don't see PARKED DOMAINS in the Cpanel.

1,198 Points
2016-04-14 11:42 pm
Hello Joe,

Have you tried using the search bar to find Parked Domains as it should be in your cPanel.

Best Regards,
TJ Edens
n/a Points
2017-01-21 9:42 pm

Same problem here. Think it is called 'Aliases' now?

16,266 Points
2017-01-23 6:12 pm
Yes, the newer versions of cPanel now say 'Aliases'.
n/a Points
2017-04-18 9:43 am

Hi! I added an alias and its not working. You can see it here: http://www.rednadi.com/cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi

It only works when I write www.rednadi.com/index.htm on the address bar... what am I missing?

thank you!!

1,077 Points
2017-04-18 3:39 pm
Are you trying to have the alias point to your main domain? The alias domains are not meant to display any content.

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