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how to connect domain to hosting ?
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Adding areas to your facilitating plan
Sign into your facilitating cPanel.
Snap on Ad don Domains, situated under the Domains segment.
Enter in the space in the New Domain Name segment.
When the space is entered, click The Sub domain field and the Document Root (generally public_html/domain.com) will naturally fill in. ...
Snap Add Domain.
og into your hosting cPanel.
Click on Addon Domains, located under the Domains section.
Enter in the domain in the New Domain Name section.
Once the domain is entered, click The Subdomain field and the Document Root (usually public_html/domain.com) will automatically fill in.
Click Add Domain.

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