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How do I create a parked domain?

Creating a parked domain typically involves associating a new domain name with an existing website or domain, allowing users to access the same content under multiple domain names. The exact steps can vary depending on your web hosting provider, but here are general instructions that should work for many hosting services:

  1. Log in to Your Hosting Account: Access your web hosting control panel or dashboard. This is usually provided by your hosting provider and can be accessed through a web browser.
  2. Locate Domain Management or Domain Settings: Look for an option related to domain management, domain settings, or something similar. The specific wording may vary depending on your hosting provider.
  3. Choose “Domain” “Parked Domain” or “Alias”: There should be an option to add a parked domain or domain alias. Click on this option.
  4. Enter the New Domain Name: You will be prompted to enter the new domain name that you want to park. Type in the domain name without the “http://” or “www.” prefix. [example.com]
  5. Confirm the Addition: Confirm your action, and the system should add the new domain as a parked domain. This process may take a few minutes.
  6. Configure DNS Settings (if necessary): In some cases, you may need to configure the DNS settings for the new domain to point to the same server as the primary domain. Your hosting provider will provide you with the necessary DNS information. as follows.Nameserver 1: nsa.soomroserver.com
    Nameserver 2: nsz.soomroserver.com


  7. Wait for Propagation: DNS changes may take some time to propagate across the internet. It can take a few hours, or even up to 48 hours, for the changes to take effect.
  8. Test the Parked Domain: After the changes have propagated, open a web browser and enter the new domain name. It should display the same content as your primary domain.

It’s important to note that the exact steps and terminology may vary based on your hosting provider. If you have trouble finding the option or if you’re unsure about any step, refer to your hosting provider’s documentation or if you have hosting with us contact our support for assistance: support@hzmfr.com