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scousepete79
06-19-2005, 03:51 PM
Hi, how do you delete a page which has been published? Also, I have added a sub-domain to my website. Do I have to type in newname.mainwebsite.co.uk or can I just use newname.co.uk? As the latter isnt working. Thanks.

bcw757
06-19-2005, 04:49 PM
To delete pages goto cPanel --> File Manager Then delete your pages from there.

For your second question:
I think you are wanting an "Addon Domain"
What this does is create something like this.

newname.yourname.co.uk which will work when you enter newname.co.uk

As long as newname.co.uk is a registered domain name that is pointing to the vodahost name servers. Does this make any sense?

scousepete79
06-19-2005, 05:00 PM
Thanks for your reply. Yes, that makes sense. Does that mean I would have to pay to register the new name for it to be viewed by going to newname.co.uk? Or, how do I go about pointing the newname website to the vodahost name servers? Basically, what I'm after is to have 2 website's. Would I have to have two account to do this, or can I do it using just the one account?


To delete pages goto cPanel --> File Manager Then delete your pages from there.

For your second question:
I think you are wanting an "Addon Domain"
What this does is create something like this.

newname.yourname.co.uk which will work when you enter newname.co.uk

As long as newname.co.uk is a registered domain name that is pointing to the vodahost name servers. Does this make any sense?

bcw757
06-19-2005, 05:07 PM
You don't have to have two accounts with voda.

I have two websites through them, one account. You do have to pay to register the new domain however, either with them or someone else. Once you register the domain, you have to point the nameservers to ns1 ns2.vodahost.com

After you do all of that, add the domain in the Addon Domain section in cPanel. This will create

newname.yourname.co.uk that can be accessed over the internet by putting in newname.co.uk

Now all of your files for your new website will have to go into the folder on your webspace

www.yourname.co.uk/newname

Example:

My main account is http://www.expo300.com

I run another website http://www.northsidelanes.com off of this account.

Northside lanes files reside in http://northside.expo300.com or http://www.expo300.com/northside

So when I'm working on northside's files in Bvoda, you have to change the upload path from public_html to public_html/northside

Online tutorial:
http://www.vodahost.com/DemoDemo/cpanel_xskin/cpanel_xskin_addon.htm

scousepete79
06-19-2005, 05:12 PM
That makes perfect sense, thanks very much for your replies. However, one last question - how much (ish) is it to register a new domain? Is it best to do this through Voda, or with someone else?


You don't have to have two accounts with voda.

I have two websites through them, one account. You do have to pay to register the new domain however, either with them or someone else. Once you register the domain, you have to point the nameservers to ns1 ns2.vodahost.com

After you do all of that, add the domain in the Addon Domain section in cPanel. This will create

newname.yourname.co.uk that can be accessed over the internet by putting in newname.co.uk

Now all of your files for your new website will have to go into the folder on your webspace

www.yourname.co.uk/newname

Example:

My main account is http://www.expo300.com

I run another website http://www.northsidelanes.com off of this account.

Northside lanes files reside in http://northside.expo300.com or http://www.expo300.com/northside

So when I'm working on northside's files in Bvoda, you have to change the upload path from public_html to public_html/northside

Online tutorial:
http://www.vodahost.com/DemoDemo/cpanel_xskin/cpanel_xskin_addon.htm

bcw757
06-19-2005, 05:16 PM
That one I can't answer. I would go with voda because ultimately they will be the ones hosting the site, however I had already owned my domains through another site so I don't have any first hand knowledge of their services.

You can go here to check them out:
www.vodahostdomains.com

scousepete79
06-19-2005, 05:19 PM
No worries. Thanks very much for your help.