What is a subdomain?
What is a subdomain? What is the use of a subdomain? Today we want to answer these questions and introduce you to the concept of the subdomain.
A subdomain is another part of your main domain name. You create subdomains to help organize and navigate the different sections of your main website. In your main domain, you can have the same number of subdomains to reach all your website’s different pages.
In this example, “Store” is the primary domain, “Your Website” is the primary domain, and “com” is the top-level domain (TLD). You can use any name for your subdomain.
The most common use of a subdomain is to create a demo or staging a website. Developers often test new add-ons and updates on a website in the subdomain stage before publishing them live on the Internet.
Another common application under the domain is to create an online store. Most companies want to have a separate sub-domain for trading. Because store websites usually need a more complex set.
We have also observed that companies use subdomains for their mobile websites (yoursite.com), location-specific websites (uk.yoursite.com), and creating sub-sections of the website.
You can install a content management system such as WordPress under your domain, in which case it will work as a separate installation from your main website.
You can use a subdomain to serve a specific group of users on your website, such as “yourwebsite.com” and “user.yourwebsite.com” or other items.
Subdomains can be very effective in organizing the content of your website. Proper use of a subdomain does not affect the SEO of your website.