How to Setup a SubDomain in Bluehost

This toolset will show you exactly how to set up a subdomain in Bluehost. By following these detailed steps, you will be able to setup your subdomain in the matter of minutes.

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    Go to Bluehost and Login to Your Control Panel

    The first step to adding a subdomain in Bluehost is going to your Control Panel. &nbsp;To get to your control panel, click <a href="http://www.bluehost.com" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">here</a> and login using the button on the top right of your screen called "Control Panel Login".

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    Locate and Click on Subdomains under the Domain Management Header

    Once you get to your CPanel, locate and click on the "Subdomains" button under the "Domain Management" header. &nbsp;This will take you to the page where you can add your subdomain.

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    Creating Your Subdomain

    This is the page where you can create your subdomain. &nbsp;First you will type in what your subdomain will be. &nbsp;In this case, we are using "support" for "deviceprotectors.com". &nbsp;After this subdomain is created, you will be able to type "support.deviceprotectors.com" into your web browser go to this subdomain. &nbsp;The home folder can be left blank, this will put the directory in the root of your "public_html". &nbsp;After you have this information set, you can go ahead and click "Create" to create your subdomain.<br><br>After you create your subdomain, you can now install WordPress or anything you would like to this directory and get it functioning correctly.<br><br>Congratulations&nbsp;on creating your first subdomain in Bluehost.

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