Standalone domain / website to Hosting Alias

Lets say you have two domains in your account and you want have decided to change one domain to show the other domain's content.   The best way to do this is by changing the domain to a hosting alias.  To do this, please do the following:

  1. Login to the control panel
  2. Go to "Domain Settings" menu on the left (or top depending on the theme used for the control panel) domain settings -> domain info
  3. Now go to Domain info
  4. Click the domain that you want to change to an alias
  5. Now click the "On" (green button) for the web service to turn web service off.web service on
    1. It will ask if you want to delete content, that is up to you if you do check the checkbox for that.
  6. Once the web service is off, you'll see a red / off button where the green one was
  7. On the domain info page, find the "Alias to existing hosting domain" (under the web service section) and click the "red/off button"  alias to existing hosting domain
  8. On the next page, select which domain you want to alias to.
  9. Wait 10 minutes for configurations to reload and test it out
  10. Now make sure that you're redirecting to the main domain's address for proper SEO.
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