Subdomains give the website owner the ability to create, manage, and remove subdomains. Subdomains are URL address for different parts of a website. An example of this would be a site named sample.tld having a subdomain of a.sample.tld that goes to a different directory or location.
Addon Domains allow a website owner to host a completely different website under their account. This would let the owner run a site called sample.tld and a site called default.tld as if they were two completely seperate accounts.
The website owner sets the Addon Domain to exist in a sub section of their home directory
Parked Domains allow website owners to point additional domain names they own to their site. If sample.tld owned test.tld, Parked Domains would allow the owner to point test.tld to sample.tld. All of this can be done with one simple form.
Parked Domains will also allow a website owner to point an Parked Domain to a directory of the main domain. This would mean test.tld could point to the sample.tld/test/ folder.
Redirects allow website owners redirect one web page to another page and display the contents of that page. This is ideal pages that have long URLs and a website owner wishes to create a redirect from a shorter link.
A website owner can create modify and remove Redirects through a simple interface and with little or no knowledge of Domain Name System (DNS).
Simple DNS Zone Editor
The Simple DNS Zone Editor allows website owners to create and manage A records and CNAMEs for their website. The Domain Name System (DNS) is the service that takes a name, such as sample.tld, and then turns it into an IP, like 127.0.0.1. The best analogy for DNS is a phone book: where with a name, a phone number can be obtained.
A Records are a name that turns into a number. CNAMEs are a name that turns into another name, the client will then continue on the path with the new name.