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Can I change my domain name with my addon domain?
Suppose you have a hosting-account and two domainnnames that are used for two different sites - yourdomain1.com and yourdomain2.com. Yourdomain1.com is the domain that is primarily used for your domain1. com and yourdomain2.com is an add-on domain. Here are the procedures you should take to change the two domain types, i.e. to make yourdomain2.com the domain that is primarily used for your domain1.com and yourdomain2.com the domain that is used for your account:
Delete yourdomain2.com from the addon slots of your cPanel -> Addon Domains. Changing the domain name for your domain for your affiliate from yourdomain1.com to yourdomain2.com. You can do this via your user area -> My accounts -> Manage accounts -> Information and settings -> Changing the domain. Save the website file for yourdomain1.com in the public_html directory and then delete it or move it to another directory.
Drag the file from the Addon domain into your public_html location. Include yourdomain1.com in your addon slots from your cPanel -> Addon-Toplevel. Copies/restores the website file for yourdomain1.com to the new Addon file. Note that according to the application that runs both sites, you may need to make extra changes to the application configurations in order for them to work properly from their new sites.