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How do I upload to a sub-domain?
How do you upload web pages to a sub-domain? Do you make the FTP connection the same way as you do with a regular domain?

It's exactly the same as uploading to a regular domain. The only difference is you should connect to the subdomain (whatever.domain.com) with your FTP software, and you should put the files in the correct folder for your sub-domain (whatever you set it to be, most likely the name of the sub-domain!). You will need to connect as the user you chose the sub-domain to be under when you set it up. It's probably the same user you use for your main domain, but it may not be (depending on what you chose).

You can see what you chose by going to the Domains :: Web area of our Web Panel.

Just like with regular domains, anything you upload via ftp will take effect IMMEDIATELY. If you don't see the change, you might need to empty your browser's cache, or if your domain is a transfer, make sure you've successfully switched it over to us!

Last updated: Jul 13, 2001.