In this article, we’ll show you how to set up wildcard subdomains in Plesk. You can use wildcard subdomains to redirect your customers from non-existent subdomains to your website. This is helpful when visitors misspell your URL for dynamic subdomains, or marketing campaigns.
Note: This does not apply to Windows hosting plans and your website’s traffic will not be affected by wildcard subdomains.
How to set up wildcard subdomains
2. Go to Websites & Domains.
3. Click Add Subdomain.
4. Add a subdomain name and a document root.
5. Click Ok.
- This does not apply to Windows hosting plans.
- Wildcard subdomains are a Linux exclusive feature.
- You will not be able to rename your created subdomains.
- This type of subdomain does not have a DNS zone in Plesk. Instead, it has an A record pointing to the IP address associated.
- APS apps are unavailable for wildcard subdomains.
- You will not be able to edit and publish sites to these subdomains.
If you need help with Plesk, please open a support ticket from your dashboard.