Well, what do you mean by actual domains?
I have six domain names, one hosting package. I want to host 6 websites on the one package. Seems to me you create 6 sub domains, and point each domain to the subdomain.
Unless I’m missing something (and I hope I am), a domain name alone is not a website. It has to point somewhere. When you buy a package here you get one domain name free, which points to your package. Great, that’s one website. I want to hose 6 more, with 6 domain names I own. I could buy 6 packages, but that’s a lot of money to host websites between 5-20 mb each.
Am I missing something? As I understand it, to have multiple websites on one package, I create sub-domains and point a domain name to them. Great, but none of the methods of doing this TRULY give the illusion of something running on the actual domain name (cloaking comes VERY close, but fails with wordpress).
The reason I don’t install wordpress on the master domain is because… Well, it’s already there. I need to install 3 wordpress websites. I can’t install wordpress 3 times on the main domain.
Now, if I can install it on the other domains, great, but right now they’re just names – just domain names. I can’t install on a domain name. They have to point somewhere, but they don’t work great on sub domains with cloaking and I don’t want to buy a new package for a few megabyte website.