Change a secondary domain's root folder in Linux Hosting
If you added a secondary domain name to your Linux Hosting account, you can change its root folder at any time.
- Go to your GoDaddy product page.
- Under Web Hosting, next to the Linux Hosting account you want to use, click Manage.
- In the account Dashboard, click cPanel Admin.
- In the cPanel Home page, click Domains and then select Addon Domains.
- Under Modify Addon Domain, next to the domain you want to change, click the pencil.
- Enter a new document root, starting at your home directory, and then click Change. The secondary domain name now displays the index file you uploaded to that folder.
- Now that you've changed your secondary domain's root folder, you can use the cPanel File Manager to move your files to the new document root.
- If you want to add a secondary domain, see Add secondary or alias domains to my Linux Hosting account.
- What file displays when someone browses to my domain name?
- For more help, see the cPanel documentation for addon domains.