Saturday, 16 December 2017

Subdomain and third level domain

The domain is mainly divided into two level first is top-level which is the top-level domain, also referred to as TLD, is the suffix or extension attached to Internet domain names.

At the same time if you talk about the second level then this is the SLD which is the part of the URL and uses the top level domain like domain.com.


The third level domain is nothing but, in reality, this is the partition of the second level domain and at the same time supportive of the first domain like support.domain.com and third level domain name is used to recognize on different servers within different departments of a company.


subdomain is a lower level domain. It is added on the left of the domain name, e.g. subdomain.example.com. You can create as many subdomains as allowed by the plan. Domains and subdomains have equal functional capabilities, including web site management, e-mail service, FTP, dedicated IPs, etc., but subdomains do not have their own DNS zones and usually cost less.

To create a subdomain, go through the following steps

1. Select Domain Info link in Domain Settings menu in user's Control Panel.
2. Click Add the Sub Domains field. You will be asked to enter the subdomain name
3 Enter the new subdomain. It will be displayed in the Subdomain field of the Domain Settings page.

A subdomain is a lower level domain. It is added on the left of the domain name, e.g. forums.cpwebhosting.net. You can create as many subdomains as allowed by the plan. Domains and subdomains have equal functional capabilities, including web site management, e-mail service, FTP, dedicated IPs, etc., but subdomains do not have their own DNS zones and usually cost less.

To create a subdomain, go through the following steps:



1. Select Domain Info link in Domain Settings menu in user's Control Panel.
2. Click Add the Sub Domains field. You will be asked to enter the subdomain name
3. Enter the new subdomain. It will be displayed in the Subdomain field of the Domain Settings page.


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