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Converting Subdomain to a new account

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by version7x, Mar 16, 2006.

  1. version7x

    version7x Registered

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    Ok - total n00b here...

    I've got a subdomain from a reseller that wants to split off and become its own account.

    I know cPanel probably has a function for this via parking or whatnot, but I'm too new to get some of the terminology.

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Thank ya!

    version7x
     
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    1. you can get a new account and move the contents of the sub-domain under the public_html folder.

    2. ask the reseller to make your new domain an add-on domain tothe sub-domain folder or to say make it parked over the current sub-domain.
     
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    I was hoping for a more automatic approach - possibly keeping the sub-domains passwords and databases.

    But thanks - this should work even without the fancy automatic type solution!
     
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