How to create a wildcard subdomain in cPanel?

To do so you need to create a wild card subdomain.

In cPanel, go to "Subdomains" and create a subdomain named "*" pointing to "/public_html".

After that has been created, you need to add an A record in DNS.

In cPanel, go to "Advanced DNS Zone Editor" and create a record named "*" type "A" Record "your server IP".

Once that has been created, you will need to wait a while for DNS to propagate.

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