The following lists contain a brief overview of the data that the Convert Addon Domain to Account interface migrates.
Addon domains allow you to control multiple domains from a single account.
This interface lets you manage your domain aliases.
This interface allows you to convert an existing addon domain into a full cPanel account.
Use this interface to create and manage multiple domains from a single cPanel account.
Use this interface to manage your dynamic DNS (DDNS) domains.
After you create an addon domain, you can create an entirely new account from that addon domain.
cPanel & WHM allows you to deny cPanel users the ability to create certain domains or use certain top-level domains (TLDs).
This document explains virtual hosts and how cPanel & WHM handles them.
Use this interface to install an SSL certificate on a domain, subdomain, or addon domain.
This interface lists information about the server's parked domains.
This interface displays a list of subdomains.
This interface allows you view installed SSL certificates.
A parked domain (or alias) is a secondary domain that points to the user’s primary domain.
This interface allows you to send all of the visitors of a domain or particular page to a different URL.
This document explains how service subdomains use the cPanel Service SSL certificate.
This feature allows you to redirect one domain to another domain.
This interface enables you to quickly create a simple website, even if you have never created a website before.
This interface allows you to create and manage subdomains for your cPanel account.
The Domain TLS system stores and manages the server's verified certificates in a domain-indexed repository.