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Step 1: Search for Domains in cPanel

Step 2: Click on Addon Domains

Step 3: Enter your new domain and Click on Add Domain

Then, Come back to cPanel Dashboard

Step 4: Search > softaculous > Click on > Softaculous App Installer 

Step 5: Select your New domain from the Dropdown Menu & Install WordPress on your New Domain

Done !

Step 6: Read All The Points Given Below

NOTES :::

 

  • Technically, "Unlimited Sites" Can Save Some Money, But It Comes With A Few Security Risks...

 

  • Here Are They, For Example....

 

  • You Have Unlimited Sites Limit To Your cPanel & You Started Hosting Other Sites OR Your Client Sites On Your cPanel [ This Is Okay, BUT...]

 

  • Your Client / You May Lose Interest On A Site & May Stop Taking Care Of WordPress Theme / Plugins Updates...

 

  • WordPress Developers Will Send Frequent Updates & They Must Be Updated On Time Because...

 

  • Most Often, These Updates Also Includes Security Patches for WordPress / Themes / Plugins Etc...

 

  • If You / Your Client Doesn't Update His / Her Themes / Plugins On Time, Then...

 

  • Automated Bots of Hackers Can Find This Vulnerability On It And Can Enter Into Your cPanel Via That Security Vulnerability

 

  • Ok, Now What Is The Problem ?

 

  • The Problem Is, Because Of ONE Client Negligence, ALL The Remaining Sites On Your cPanel Are Also At Risk, Because Hackers Can Take Control Of All Other Sites Too...

 

  • That Is Because All Other Sites Are Also In Same Parent Folder...

 

  • Because Of Just 1 Client Negligence, All The Other Sites Are At Risk...

 

  • Not Only Plugin Updates, If A Client Use Cracked Plugin / Theme, It Can Also Lead To A Security Vulnerability

 

  • That's Why We Personally Recommend 1 Site / cPanel