a domain name that is part of your primary domain name
a domain that is like something
a domain within a domain, i
a modifier of your root domain that can point to a different directory or set of web pages
an extension of your own domain, which can be mapped or pointed to a particular directory inside of your hosting account
an extension of your primary domain, in the form subdomain
a sub division of a domain, such as order
a web site that is hosted on our domain names, but with your company name also visible
Typically known as a "domain within a domain", sub domains are individual Web addresses built upon a pre-existing domain name (such as clientname.yourhostingcompany.com). As a reseller, you will have the option of assigning sub domains to clients if they do not choose to have a domain name.
A sub-domain is very similar to Directory Aliasing (DIR Aliasing), except that instead of www.newdomain.com pointing to www.primary.com/newdomain, www.newdomain.primary.com will point to www.primary.com/newdomain. The difference is that you do not need another domain name. This allows you to select a sub-domain that will act as a prefix on your existing domain. For all sub-domains we will assign another IP address and directory in your domain to be used as the home directory of your sub-domain's web site. NOTE: Sub-domains are very popular in situations where a customer is hosting multiple applications under one domain, i.e. Web Hosting, Microsoft® SharePoint(tm), SQL, Microsoft® Exchange Server, etc. In this example, it would be advisable for the customer to have multiple sub-domains, i.e. www.mydomainname.com, spt.mydomainname.com, exchange.mydomainname.com, sql.mydomainname.com, etc. Web Album The Web Album is a web-based tool that allows you to create, manage, view and share your photos online. Simple and easy to use, the Web Album is available FREE on all our hosting plans.
Anything that appears before your master domain in the URL, i.e. http://www.yourchoice.masterdomain.com.
A domain that is part of a larger domain. For example, in "eden.rutgers.edu," "rutgers" is the main domain while "eden" is the sub domain.
A subdomain is a domain that is part of a larger domain name. DNS hierarchy consists of the root-level domain at the top, underneath which are the top?level domains, followed by second?level domains and finally sub?domains.
a domain that goes in front of the main domain name of a website eg. email@example.com
A sub domain allows you to have a prefix on your current domain name. An example of this would be members.domain.com for an easy-to-remember address.
Example www.flashnet.nbdsinc.com (NBDS, Inc is the sub domain)
A domain name created by adding a prefix to an existing domain name. For example support.doteasy.com is a subdomain of doteasy.com.
A sub domain is an address which operates just below your top level address. Sub domains are easy to remember addresses that serve as extensions of your top level domain name. A sub domain looks like this: anything.mydomain.com
Sub-domains allow you to create second-level domain names under your primary domain name. Sub-domains come in the syntax of anything.yourdomain.com, replacing "www" with a different sub-domain prefix.