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Would using subdomains instead of TLDs cause any errors in WHM? I've successfully used subdomains instead of TLD's but I just need to be sure. The subdomain would have access to cPanel and all of those features.

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Hey bluz,

I'm curious. What is WHM? and cPanel? These are specific apps you are talking about?

Thanks for clarifying.


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Would using subdomains instead of TLDs cause any errors in WHM? I've successfully used subdomains instead of TLD's but I just need to be sure. The subdomain would have access to cPanel and all of those features.

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Hi Bluz, you can use sub-ds in WHM without a problem. You have 2 main choices:

1. Create the sub in WHM. It will have it's own cPanel and most of the features of a full domain account. This seems to be what you want.

2. You can also create subs in cPanel. This is more of a 'bare bones' sub, doesn't have its own cPanel etc.

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Hi Bluz, you can use sub-ds in WHM without a problem. You have 2 main choices:

1. Create the sub in WHM. It will have it's own cPanel and most of the features of a full domain account. This seems to be what you want.

2. You can also create subs in cPanel. This is more of a 'bare bones' sub, doesn't have its own cPanel etc.

Thanks. :cool:

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Hi Bluz, you can use sub-ds in WHM without a problem. You have 2 main choices:

1. Create the sub in WHM. It will have it's own cPanel and most of the features of a full domain account. This seems to be what you want.

2. You can also create subs in cPanel. This is more of a 'bare bones' sub, doesn't have its own cPanel etc.

Can you tell us how to Create the sub in WHM?

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Can you tell us how to Create the sub in WHM?

All you have to do through WHM is instead of using a full TLD on the create account screen is to put a subdomain from yoursite that isn't already made.

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Now Is there anyway to have a script that can signup member without you doing all the work?

This script will create subdomain in WHM.
Just pass username for new account, password, subdomain, and plan (package).

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