The Domain Alias menu allows you to Add or Delete Domain Aliases.
A Domain Alias is basically an extra domain name that points to your primary domain. Example – If sampledomain1.com was your primary domain and you added sampledomain2.com as a Domain Alias when someone typed sampledomain2.com in their browser the actual site that would load would be from sampledomain1.com.
Any email sent to your Domain Alias will be automatically forwarded to the parent domain.
Domain Alias Name
The domain alias name is the full domain name that will alias the main hosted domain for this account. When connecting to the domain alias name through a web browser, you will see the same web site as the main hosted domain.
The main domain is the main hosted domain for this account. This is the domain for which the alias has been set up for.
Log into your HELM control panel.
Click on the Domains icon.
Click on the Domain for which you wish to set the Domain Alias. For the purposes of this article, we will use ‘example.com’.
Click on the Domain Aliases icon.
Here HELM will display the Domain Aliases that are set up for the domain. For this domain, there are non currently active. Click Add New to create a new one.
Enter in the name of the Domain Alias for the primary domain. In this case, we will use ‘www.example.org’.
Now we have an Domain Alias set up and active.