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snehal
04-17-2015, 09:23 AM
What is difference between Parked domain and Add-on domain?

WebOutGateway
04-20-2015, 06:19 AM
Hi!

Parked Domain is additional domains hosted on your account which display the same website as your primary domain and share web statistics as well. It is often used by businesses who want to have more than domain for advertising purposes. While Addon Domain is a is a fully functional domain that can be created from within your control panel. It is having multiple hosting packages all sharing the same control panel.

Here's more detailed differences of the two:

Parked:

A Parked Domain will point directly to your main website.
For example website.com will load the web pages from extra.com


Addon:

An Addon Domain will point to a directory within your website.
For example website.com will load the web pages from website.com/extra

Hope it helps!

petersonangela
04-20-2015, 07:02 AM
Addon Domains

An Addon Domain is a space name which indicates its own particular organizer inside public_html and shows up as a different site from your essential area.

This permits you to have two different Web destinations for you. You can have a cars.com and afterward a candy.com as an extra space. The candy.com would be a totally separate Web website and guests would not realize that it is a piece of your cars.com account.

Parked Domains

A Parked Domain is an area name that indicates your fundamental Web webpage for you

For instance, if cars.com is your fundamental Web webpage, you can buy the cars.net and dole out it as a stopped space so that if a guest were to sort cars.net they would see the same Web website as though they had written cars.com.

bangalorewebgur
04-23-2015, 09:06 AM
Addon domain:
An Addon Domain is a domain name which points to its own folder
it has its own unique content.
parked domain:
A Parked Domain is a domain name that points to your main Web site on your account
A parked domain is NOT a unique website.