How to Create Subdomain In Godaddy


 How to Create Subdomain

 Hey There !! How To Create Subdomain In Godaddy Without Hosting And with Hosting May Be a Topic Which I Found Very Less Material on Web. I Remember, I Had to Look Loads to Seek Out the Relevant Information. Creating a Subdomain Through Hosting Using Cpanel Is Straightforward and There Are Heaps of Fabric Available on the Web. Which Is Why I Made a Decision to Form an Entire Tutorial of Creating Multiple Sub Domains on Godaddy Without Hosting and Link with Blogger.

Here Is That the Article Regarding “How to Make Subdomain in Godaddy” with Hosting and Without Hosting. Read the Article Further If You Would Like to Find Out the Way to Create Subdomain in Godaddy with None Issue. Blogging Is Now a Well-Liked Way of Earning Money Via Google Adsense and Other Companies. for Blogging, the Essential Elements Are a Website and Web Hosting. So, at First, Let’s Discuss How To Create Godaddy SubDomain.

How to Create Subdomain in Godaddy

There Are Mainly Two Ways to Make Subdomain in Godaddy:

  1. with Godaddy Hosting (Using Cpanel)
  2. Without Godaddy Hosting

Create Subdomain Using Cpanel

As Mentioned Above, a Subdomain May Be A Part of the Most Domain and Appears Before the First Name. Now, If You've Got a Godaddy Hosting or Domain, Follow the Steps Mentioned Below.

How to Create Subdomain

  • Now, Click the Drop-Down Arrow Next to Your Godaddy’s Account Name and Click on On My Products.
How to Create Subdomain

  • There You'll Find Your Hosting Plan, and Next to the Hosting Plan, You'll See Manage, Click Thereon.
  • Now, Open the Cpanel of Your Hosting by Clicking on the Cpanel Visit Option.
  • Now, After Scrolling Down, You'll Find Subdomains Options Under the Domains Heading, Click on Subdomains.
How to Create Subdomain

  • After Clicking on the Subdomains Option, Only Enter the Subdomain Name Which You Would Like to Make, and Hence, You Created Your Site’s Subdomain.
How to Create Subdomain

  • Using the Steps, Shown Above, You'll Now Easily Create Subdomain in Godaddy Using Your Hosting’s Cpanel.

Create Subdomain Using Dns (Without Hosting)

If You Don’t Have Hosting, Then You'll Use Dns in Godaddy to Make Subdomain. Follow the Steps Mentioned Below to Try to To So.

Here Lies the Most Problem, There's No Label in Godaddy Which States "Create a Subdomain".If You're Aware of CNAMEs and Records, You'd Probably Know, That These Are the Tech Terms to Seem At.and These Are the Terms, Which Can Assist You Achieve What You Would Like, a Subdomain. but You Either Never Heard of CNAME or Don't Recall Their Purpose Just Yet. but Actually, It's Terribly Easy to Make a Subdomain in Godaddy, All You Would Like Is to Configure the Cname Properly. Link That's Subdomain to Blogger/Blogspot Is Even Easier. I Created a Website for My Blogger Account So I Will Be Able to Use That Example as an Indication Here.

Let's Do It Fast

  • Log into Godaddy Domain as Shown Below:

How to Create Subdomain

  • After That Click on Your Primary Domain ( During This Case), Post Which You'll Be Presented with a Screen as Shown Below:

How to Create Subdomain

  • Click on Manage DNS as Shown Above, a Screen Will Open as Shown Below:

How to Create Subdomain

  • The Records Which You See Above Was Wont to Link the First Domain to Blogger, You Would Possibly Commit It to Memory If You Linked Your Blogger Account with Godaddy.You Don't Get to Enter Anything Just Yet, Just Click on Add Button as Shown Above Which Can Open a Form as Shown Below:

How to Create Subdomain

This Is Where the Magic Happens, Just Follow the Directions as Stated.

Type: CNAME, Host Will Carry Your Subdomain Name Which Ever You Fancy. 

Host: Whatever Subdomain You Desire, for Ex., Health. Don't Add Primary Name, Just the Subdomain Name.

Points To: Just in Case You Would Like to Link with Blogger, This Value Are Going to Be and Leave Ttl (Time to Live) to the Default and Click on On Save. If You Would Like to Link It to Elsewhere Then Use That Address. There Is Something Called Propagation Time During Which the DNS Setting Changed by You Gets Activated and Pushed Across All the Servers. 

Which Means the Changes You Only Made, Won't Immediately Inherit Effect but May Take Anywhere from Jiffy to 24 Hours.

Usually, If Things Went Smooth, You'll Be Good to Travel Within Half-Hour. After Half-Hour Open Your Blogger

How to Create Subdomain

  • Navigate to Settings -> Basic Then Enter the Info as Shown Within the Image Above.
  • Blog Address: Your Created Subdomain + Your Primary Domain.
  • for Ex., the Subdomain You Created Was Subdomain, and Your Primary Domain Is
  • Then You'll Enter
  • After These Settings, Your Blogger Will Now Point to the Newly Created Subdomain.

This Tutorial Assumes, That You Simply Already Had Attached Blogger to Your Primary Domain and Needed Recommendations on Connecting Subdomain to Blogger. If Your Primary Domain Isn't Connected Then You'll Need Another Set of Settings Which Can Be Discussed in Another Tutorial.

Note:-If You Experience Problems Together with Your Domain Not Working, Then You Would Possibly Get to Contact Godaddy Support Or You Respective Domain Provider.

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