Creating subdomains

You can create a subdomain (3rd level domain) for your already established website on the Site customer administration -> Webhosting -> Detail tab -> under the Subdomains tab.

In the prepared field, type the desired subdomain name (only the part before the domain name, f.e., click on the "Add" link and click on "Set up on servers".
If the site is set up on the Linux server, the newly added subdomains will be functional after the Apache reload, which takes place every even hour. Information when it will be executed will be displayed after the settings have been changed.
A new directory will be created in the folder /subdoms/ + the subdomain name in the root of the webhosting FTP account. You can upload the data for the subdomain to this new folder.

For the new variants Easy, Advanced, Professional we provide 5 subdomains for free, configuration is performed in the website administration.

The price of an additional subdomain is 10,- CZK / month without VAT. When activating it is necessary to pay for the the subdomain until the end of the subscription period of webhosting, then the subdomain is invoiced together with the webhosting. This is a subdomain that has its own configuration file and thus the Server_name directive is identical to the subdomain name. (It is not a subdomain created by rewriting the address, for example, via mod_rewrite rules).

If you do not require a subdomain with its own configuration file, you can create a virtual subdomain in the Control panel. Its functionality is ensured by overwriting the mod_rewrite addresses and the .htaccess file.

When running different content on different aliases or subdomains of the same website, it is necessary to take into account that the individual applications are not separated from each other in any way and run under one user. When one content management system is attacked on an alias/subdomain, hacker scripts usually spread to other applications that are run on the same webhosting. More applications also consume more of the server's dedicated resources; these resources are then depleted more quickly, which can eventually cause the site to become unresponsive.