Definitions for "Parked Domains"
A parked domain points to exactly the same HTML files as the primary domain does since they share the same IP number. The parked domain cannot point directly to a subdirectory of the primary domain. It is possible to make users refer to subdirectories and have mail be received at the parked domain, but some of the "virtualness" is lost and is more technical than can be discussed here.
If you register two domain names (for example, and, and have them both pointing to the same site, the second domain is said to be 'parked' on the first. Go to top
A parked domain is a reserved domain name that does not load any web site. It sits in wait on a name server to be used by its owner at a later date.