I wonder if I can get some help with my domains. I don't really understand the structure of what is set up. I initially set up one domain lets call it domain1.com as a wordpress site. I then set up a few more wordpress's as well; these are essentially live but are still being worked on.
If I login to cpanel and look at my stats I have:
Main Domain - domain1.com
Addon Domains - 4 / UNLIMITED
Subdomains - 5 / UNLIMITED
Parked Domains - 0 / UNLIMITED
If I look in cpanel subdomains I have:
subdomians Root =================== ================== subdomain1.domain1.com public_html/subdomain1 subdomain2.domain1.com subdomain2 subdomain3.domain1.com public_html/subdomain3 subdomain4.domain1.com public_html/subdomain4 subdomain5.domain1.com public_html/subdomain5
Then if I look in cpanel add on domains I have:
subdomians Root ============= ================== subdomain2.co.uk subdomain2.co.uk subdomain3.com public_html/subdomain3 subdomain4.com public_html/subdomain4 subdomain5.com public_html/subdomain5
For subdomain1.domain1.com this is the domain name I have to use to get access on the web. If I cut it to just subdomian1.com it doesn't work but all others work using only the subdomain.com name.
If I go to my cpanel file manager it is set up like this:
/home/username - Access logs - Etc - subdomain2.co.uk - mail - public_ftp - public_html - subdomain1 - cgi-bin - subdomain2 - subdomain3 - wp-admin - wp-content - wp-includes - subdomain4 - tmp - wwwThe wp-admin, wp-content and wp-includes are I believe for the main domain1.com
I basically am a bit unsure of this structure and want to tidy and put everything in order. I'd like to keep the sites and not muck up any of the content etc. while doing this though. If I wanted to set up each site separately then i'd need individual hosting accounts wouldn't I?
Can anyone recommend a better structure/set up that is easier to understand/maintain etc?