Only our Deluxe, Premium, Unlimited, and Ultimate hosting accounts can host multiple websites. For more information, see What type of hosting account do I have?
Note: While we offer unlimited domain aliasing on our Deluxe, Premium, Unlimited, and Ultimate shared hosting accounts, we do not recommend using shared hosting for more than ten websites. Doing so taxes the server resources and hinders performance.
To host multiple websites on your hosting account you must:
The first step is to add the domain name you want to use a Secondary domain on your account. For more information, see Add domains.
Here's where our support department sees the most issues. To avoid these issues, remember that each website uses its own folder — the one specified when you added the secondary domain name.
The screenshot uses a Web Hosting account. If you use cPanel or Plesk, your file structure will look slightly different. For example, cPanel's Secondary domain names each have their own directory in the public_html. Plesk's secondary domain names each have their own directory in the hosting account's root.
The files you upload to that directory should have an index file, which is what makes your website display. Usually, this file is called
index.html, but there are other valid options. For more information, see What file displays when someone browses to my domain name?
That's it. Remember, if you just added the Secondary domain name to your hosting account, it can take 24-48 hours before you can see your changes on the Internet.
If the domain name you added and hosting are in the same customer account, we automatically update the domain name's nameservers, so the website starts resolving in 24-48 hours.