Yes, you can! cPanel supports add-on domains, which means you can have multiple websites connected to 1 package.

What is an add-on domain?
An add-on domain is a fully functional domain that can be created from within your control panel. Think of it as having multiple hosting packages that all share the same control panel. You can create email addresses, forwarders and more—the same way you do for your primary domain on the account. The only difference is that the files share the same control panel and server.

How does an add-on domain work?
When creating an add-on domain, three things happen:

a folder is created in the public_html directory
a subdomain is created for the primary domain and attached to the new folder
the new domain name is associated with the subdomain

For example, if you have the primary domain example.com and you assign the add-on domain example123.com to the folder "example123," the following URLs would be correct:

example.com/example123
example123.example.com
example123.com

All three of these paths would access the same directory and show the same website. For visitors going to example123.com, there is no evidence that they are being routed through example123.example.com.

Please note that add-on domains need to be registered and point to our servers in order to function.

Tutorial
Login to cPanel.

Select "Addon Domains" under the Domains category:


Enter your domain name and press "Add Domain": (You will need to add our nameservers to your domain)


Upload your files with FTP or cPanel.
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