In the DNS Manager, you can use the Zone File Editor to add, edit, or delete subdomains that point to IP addresses.
Subdomains are extensions of your domain name that you can forward to URLs or point to IP addresses and directories in your hosting account. For example, if your domain name is coolexample.com, you can add subdomain.coolexample.com and point it to a specific website in a subdirectory of your hosting account.
You can add up to 100 subdomains per domain name. You can also add multiple levels of subdomains. For example, you can add another.subdomain.coolexample.com. Each subdomain can be up to 25 characters long.
The process to add, edit, or delete a subdomain varies depending upon how you use it. Use these instructions to work with non-forwarded subdomains that point to IP addresses.
To use the Domain Manager to forward subdomains to URLs, see Manually Forwarding or Masking Your Domain Name .
To work with subdomains that resolve to directories in your hosting account, see Manage your hosting account subdomains.
Use these instructions to add a subdomain that points to a separate IP address.
NOTE: The subdomain can include a period (.) but not as the first or last character. Consecutive periods (...) are not allowed. A subdomain cannot exceed 25 characters.
Use these instructions to edit an existing subdomain that points to an IP address. Updating the IP address where a subdomain resolves does not update the subdomain's forwarding.
Use these instructions to delete an existing subdomain that points to an IP address. Deleting a subdomain in the DNS Manager does not delete its forwarding.
NOTE: DNS can take up to 48 hours to propagate.