How to Park a Domain in cPanel for VPS (Unskinned)
How to park a domain in cPanel.
This demo assumes you've already logged in to cPanel.
Let's use the Parked Domains feature to park an additional domain name on this account.
1) Scroll down.
2) Click the Parked Domains icon.
Domain parking is useful when you have additional domain names that you want people to be able to use to get to your website.
For example, let's say your domain name is yourdomain.com, but you also own the domain yourdomain.net. If you park one of the domains on the other, then both will result in visitors getting to your website.
Note: Domain parking will not work if you haven't already updated the new domain's nameservers to point to your account's nameservers, so be sure to do that with your registrar first.
3) OK. Let's park a domain on this account. Enter the domain you want to park in the box.
4) Then click the Add Domain button.
That's it! The domain demo1234.com is now parked and therefore pointing to abc123.com.
5) Click the Go Back link.
The domain we just parked is now listed here.
You can also remove domains that have been parked. Let's do that now.
6) Click the Remove link.
7) Click Yes to confirm.
Success! The parked domain has been removed from the account.
8) Click the Go Back link.
There are no longer any domains in our parked domains list.
This is the end of the tutorial. You can now return to this section and set up as many additional parked domains as your account plan will allow.