You have to set up your WordPress web server to acknowledge any approaching solicitations for the space you need to outline the area to send them to. cPanel control board is very prominent and accessible on many web has. On cPanel-based web has, this undertaking is alluded to parking domain.
Follow these steps to park a domain on your web hosting account via cPanel :
Step 1 : Log in to your website’s cPanel.
The address is provided by your web host and usually available at http://yourdomain.com/cpanel.
Step 2 : In the Domains section, click the Parked Domains icon.
The Parked Domains page displays in your browser window and lists any domains you have parked (if you have previously parked any) and provides a form to enter a new domain.
Step 3 : In the Create a New Parked Domain section, enter the domain name you want to map.
The domain is directed to the root folder of your website, which is where your WordPress install should be located.
Ste[ 4 : Click the Add Domain button.
The screen revives and demonstrates the area you included a rundown under Domains, which shows fruitful stopping of the space you entered in Step 3.
Other web hosts may allude to area stopping as pointing or reflecting. You may need to ask your web have bolster group which territory you have to do this in. You’re utilizing a ServerAlias order for the mapped areas, advising the web server to send all solicitations for the mapped space to the space where WordPress is introduced.