Creating a Subdomain in Cloud Sites

Websites hosted on subdomains make up a large subsection of the internet. If you own a domain you can create as many subdomains as you want with it. This can be useful when you want to create isolated sections of your websites with specific functions. Creating subdomains is useful if you want to have an online store, blog, or forum.
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What is a FQDN?

What is a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN)?

When working with domains and DNS management understanding what a FQDN is can be very helpful. This article will help explain the concept of a FQDN and a domains different components.

The Parts of a Domain

A domain is made up of a two essential parts, the Top-Level Domain (TLD) and the main Domain Name which is what you register. The other component of domain names are the subdomains. Continue reading “What is a FQDN?”

How to Create and Add a New Domain in Plesk

Step #1: Add New Domain

To create a new domain in Plesk 11+ you will click on the Add New Domain button on the Websites & Domains tab (if you use Service Provider view you will need to choose “Manage Hosting” next to the subscription or domain). This will bring you to the Adding New Domain Name page. Here you will be required to determine three things which will be covered in detail below: DNS Settings, Hosting Type, and Hosting Settings.

How to Create and Add a New Domain in Plesk

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What are the Liquid Web Name Servers (NS)?

So let’s say your server is online, it has been secured with ServerSecure™ or ServerSecurePLUS™, and you’ve uploaded new site content. What is the next step? DNS and name servers! Name servers provide directory information that connect your domain name to your server’s IP address.

The Liquid Web Name Servers (NS) are:

ns.liquidweb.com
ns1.liquidweb.com

We also offer tips on Using Liquid Web’s Name Servers (DNS), deciding on where to host your DNS, and Diagnosing Common DNS Errors!

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