Creating subdomains pointing to public_html

spartida

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Hello, I've made some searchs on the forum for this issue but haven't found anything (or haven't searched well).

The problem is that I want to create some subdomains, for example: sub1.example.com and sub2.example.com.

When I go to Subdomains, I can do that but cPanel always points them to public_html/sub1 and public_html/sub2.

What I want to achieve is that those subdomains points to public_html/, just like the domain. I can do this by hand or symlinking but I wonder if there is some option or some way to do it from cPanel.

Thanks.
 

elleryjh

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No, not possible with the default cPanel setup (or any mod that I'm aware of). Symlink it or use mod_rewrite.
 

cPanelDavidG

Technical Product Specialist
Nov 29, 2006
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cPanel Access Level
Root Administrator
Hello, I've made some searchs on the forum for this issue but haven't found anything (or haven't searched well).

The problem is that I want to create some subdomains, for example: sub1.example.com and sub2.example.com.

When I go to Subdomains, I can do that but cPanel always points them to public_html/sub1 and public_html/sub2.

What I want to achieve is that those subdomains points to public_html/, just like the domain. I can do this by hand or symlinking but I wonder if there is some option or some way to do it from cPanel.

Thanks.
In cPanel 11, simply set the directory for your subdomain to public_html/