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Pointing multiple sub domains to wwwroot in HELM 3

A Domain Alias is basically an extra domain name that points to your primary domain. For example, if ‘sampledomain.com’ was your primary domain and you added ‘sub1.sampledomain.com’ as a Domain Alias, when someone types ‘sub1.sampledomain.com’ in their browser, the actual site that would load would be from ‘sampledomain.com’. This is easily accomplished with version 3 of the Helm Control Panel

Log into your HELM control panel.

Click on the Domains icon.

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Click on the Domain for which you wish to set the Domain Alias. For the purposes of this article, we will use ‘example.com’.

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Click on the Domain Aliases icon.

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As you can see, this domain currently does not have any aliases established. Click Add New to create a new one.

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Enter in the name of the Subdomain Alias for the primary domain. In this case, we will use ‘sub1.example.com’. After you have entered the name, click Save.

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You have now successfully added a Subdomain Alias.

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