How do I make an Add-On Domain for my website?

1) Change the nameservers on your new domain to point to us (ns1.my-tss.com, and ns2.my-tss.com).  And give them a few hours to propagate.

2) Log into cPanel

3) Click on "Addon Domains":

https://images.my-tss.com/cpanel/addon/addon.jpg

4) Enter the domain name in the New Addon Domain field. If your new domain is www.newdomain.com, enter 'newdomain.com' in this box:

https://images.my-tss.com/cpanel/addon/addon2.jpg

5) The username, and FTP directory should fill in automatically: 

https://images.my-tss.com/cpanel/addon/addon5.jpg

6) Enter a strong password for the new ftp user, then click to add the domain:

https://images.my-tss.com/cpanel/addon/addon3.jpg

7) Give the system some time to complete the request, then click to return to the menu:

https://images.my-tss.com/cpanel/addon/addon4.jpg


8) At this point, you may upload content to the new directory. 

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