Can I have more than one domain with my account?

Yes. With all HostRocket accounts you can have an unlimited number of domain names associated with your account (one main domain and additional aliases or addon domains). Adding aliases or addon domains will not increase your monthly cost.

To add a domain to your account, log into cPanel and select "Aliases" or "Addon Domains". As with your main domain, all aliases will resolve to your site's index page in your public_html folder (or document root). If you wish to have a domain resolve to a separate index page within a subdirectory (i.e. you want to host multiple web sites on a single hosting account), then you will want to add it as an addon domain.

Don't forget that you will also need to set up DNS for your domain. The simplest solution is to change your name servers:

I registered my own domain. What name servers should I use?

If your name servers are dns1.hrnoc.net and dns2.hrnoc.net, you may need us to make changes for you. Please submit a support ticket letting us know what domain you are adding to your account and include account verification for us to make changes for you. For account verification, please provide us with the 5 digit support pin on the top left of your client area:

https://support.hostrocket.com/clientarea.php


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