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  1. I had a request last week to setup a hosting environment with a sub-domain of a sub-domain. I hadn't ever done it before so wasn't sure how or what I would run into. Turns out it was an easy setup. I logged into WHM/cPanel and went into the normal sub-domain area. For this example I'm just setting up sub2.sub1.prodjex.com. First you have to setup the first level of the domain, so the first sub-domain "sub1". After that's created you can now setup your second sub-domain level of sub2. Make sure to select your first level sub-domain from the "Domain" dropdown. Now your server is configured for the sub-domain of a sub-domain. Now let's update your DNS records to point to it. I use GoDaddy, but it's still just setting up an A or CNAME record at your registrar like so: That's it, your sub-domain of a sub-domain is now correctly setup and working once the DNS propagates!
  2. 1. Sign into WHM. 2. On the left scroll down to "Create New Account" 3. Fill in the following options: "Domain" - if you want to include www on your domain be sure to enter that here. "Username" - You Choose "Password" - You Choose "Email" - Email to get notifications/errors if any. Then click to select Options Manually and leave all as default, scroll down and hit save. 4. Edit the DNS Zone 5. Make sure to change where the red arrows are from the default name server to your name server of your choice. Don't forget to include the trailing .
  3. Check out the DeveloperBase guide to setting up your cPanel getting ready for your website: http://youtu.be/rWcos_uJ5lE
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