How to create subdomain for my domain via Namecheap account

How to create subdomain for my domain via Namecheap account



In this how-to, you’ll learn how to create a subdomain for your domain name in your Namecheap account.

See also:

What catch-all (wildcard) subdomain is:

and how to set it up:

If your domain name is pointed to Namecheap hosting, you are welcome to create a subdomain in cPanel using this how-to:

You can read about CNAME record type and how to set it up in this article:

Here’s one about URL redirect types:

The guide on how to set up URL Redirects is here:

Finally, you’ll find the full list of host records available for setup within your Namecheap account and the references to corresponding articles here:

2 thoughts on “How to create subdomain for my domain via Namecheap account

  1. My domain isn’t being hosted yet, I want to set it up as I currently own the domain but I don’t have an IP address. I only have a web address. Because i use google firebase to host, I don’t have an iP. Just a pre-existing domain. Any idea what to do?

  2. how do i point it to my email with custom MX? I used the @ and it worked, however i want to use a subdomain for the email and not the root domain. How should i specify the MX records to be able to use the email with @subdomain.domain.me?

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