Can I put multiple websites on 1 hosting?

12 Answers

  • 3 weeks ago

    Yes, You can put multiple websites on 1 hosting but depends on your package.

  • 3 weeks ago

    To host several websites from a single web hosting account you will need to pick a web hosting package that includes so-called addon domains or domain aliases as a feature. 2 Pick the top level domain the web hosting account shall be running under. This will be your main domain name you want to work with.

  • yes! but your websites will work slowly,,,😃    

  • 1 month ago

    Technically, yes.

    Legally, depends on the contract you signed with your hosting site.

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  • 1 month ago

    yes, you can, apache and iis server allow hosting multiple sites

  • 1 month ago

    yes , 

         can you put more website use to one hosting. but hosting space keep to largh

  • 1 month ago

    It depends. Check the services provided to ensure you have adequate databases for all of them. Subdomains are usually free, but addon domains (to make each unique) will cost extra, and there may be an additional hosting fee to allow addon domains. Generally, the cheapest hosting will allow just one database and no addon domains.

  • keerok
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    You can do that but terms may differ from host to host. It will require some additional settings for URLs to work properly and some hosts may charge extra for that while others won't.

  • 1 month ago

    Usually, yes...but you'll need to register each domain name (assuming each site wants its own name).  The cost of that varies by host, and (often dramatically) by the top level domain.  The host I use charges about $17/yr for a .com or .org name, but the cost goes up to $2,099/yr for a .inc name.

    If you need secure connections with HTTPS, then each domain name will need its own SSL certificate.

    You can skip that for sites that don't need a separate name.  Most hosts allow you to create subdomains.  If you had registered "" as your domain name, then you could have refer to one site and be an entirely different site.

    You could also use pathnames, like or, and that might be a way to get multiple sites on the same SSL certificate if you need to support HTTPS for secure logins.  It's a very low-budget approach, though, and may not work well with third party payment services.

  • 1 month ago

    i would ask them about it

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