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Hello,
I have a website that is hosted and has its own domain. I have 2 friends that want some hosting and I would like to host them from my account.

How do I setup separate accounts that each of them can access but not access my files? And how do I setup subdomains (like me.domain.com) for each person to access their website?

Thanks,
Ethan
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Your hosting service should be able to answer these questions for you by either submitting a ticket or, if like mine, use the LiveChat service. I also have a VDeck which allows setting up subdomains. Check inside yours. Your service should have sent you all the information for accessing everything for your site (Control panel, FTP, etc.).

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Tell them to get an account on atspace.com or the like? Why do you want them to share your domain?

Hello,
I have a website that is hosted and has its own domain. I have 2 friends that want some hosting and I would like to host them from my account.

How do I setup separate accounts that each of them can access but not access my files? And how do I setup subdomains (like me.domain.com) for each person to access their website?

Thanks,
Ethan


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