ushostingcompany – All facilitating plans at Namecheap recommend that you can have more than one space name in one facilitating account. Along these lines you can have more sites and email accounts without buying another facilitating account.

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Keeping in mind the end goal to add another space to your facilitating account, you have to perform two essential strides – change the nameservers for the area to our facilitating ones and afterward add your area name to the server your record is facilitated on.

Take after the guidelines underneath to accomplish this objective:

Step 1 – Change the nameservers

In any case, you should indicate your space our facilitating nameservers (for Value/Professional/Ultimate/Business: dns1.namecheaphosting.com and dns2.namecheaphosting.com, for Reseller: your private nameservers or Reseller facilitating nameservers determined in the Welcome Email).

Rules on the best way to change nameservers for shared plans for areas which are enlisted at Namecheap can be found here.

On the off chance that your space is enlisted with an outsider recorder, contact their help and approach to change the nameservers for your area to dns1.namecheaphosting.com and dns2.namecheaphosting.com.

Just those spaces which are indicated these nameservers can be added to your facilitating account, else, you will get the blunder message while including an addon area.

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Certain domain types cannot be added without changing the DNS first. In such cases, get in touch with our Hosting Support department via Live Chat or Ticket, and we either manually add the domains for you or disable the server rule to make the adding possible on your side.

Step 2 – Add the new domain as an Addon Domain

Once the domain name is pointed to correct nameservers, you can add it as an addon in your cPanel.

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1. Log into your cPanel. (Please check this KB section if you have any issues with login)
2.Navigate to the Domains section > the Addon Domains menu:

3. Enter the necessary information in the Create an Addon Domain section.

New Domain Name: domain name you wish to add as an addon

When adding an addon domain, make sure that there are no extra spaces before and after it, this is the most common cause of  That is not a valid domain error.

Subdomain: will be filled automatically
Document Root: will be filled automatically

If you wish to create FTP account for your domain, checkmark Create an FTP account associated with this Addon Domain option.

FTP Username: will be filled automatically
Password: password for the associated FTP account
Password (Again): repeat the password

4. Click Add domain.

You may now upload content for your new domain into the corresponding document root. More information on how to upload your site can be found here.

If you wish to create an email account for the newly added domain, feel free to refer to this guide.

If you wish to remove an addon domain

Should you need to remove an addon domain, go to the Addon domains menu > Modify Addon Domain. Click on Remove to proceed:

Check the Delete the associated FTP account option if you wish to delete the FTP account for your addon domain from the FTP Accounts menu in your cPanel, then click Remove:

NOTE: The document root as well as the content associated with the removed addon domain will still be present in your File Manager, so if you wish these files to be deleted as well, you will need to remove the corresponding folder from File Manager manually.

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Once the domain name is pointed to correct nameservers, you can add it as an addon in your cPanel.

1. Log into your cPanel. (Please check this KB section if you have any issues with login)
2.Navigate to the Domains section> Addon Domains:

3. Enter the necessary information in the Create an Addon Domain section.

New Domain Name: domain name you wish to add as an addon

When adding an addon domain, make sure that there are no extra spaces before and after it, this is the most common cause of  That is not a valid domain error.

Subdomain or FTP Username: will be filled automatically
Document Root: will be filled automatically
Password: password for the associated FTP account
Password (Again): repeat the password

4. Click Add domain.

You may now upload content for your new domain into the corresponding document root. More information on how to upload your site can be found here.

If you wish to create an email account for the newly added domain, feel free to refer to this guide.

If you wish to remove an addon domain

Should you need to remove an addon domain, go to the Addon domains menu > Modify Addon Domain. Click on Remove to proceed:

Check the Remove the associated FTP account option if you wish to delete the FTP account for your addon domain from the FTP Accounts menu in your cPanel, then click Remove:

NOTE: The document root as well as the content associated with the removed addon domain will still be present in your File Manager, so if you wish these files to be deleted as well, you will need to remove the corresponding folder from File Manager manually.