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You have to subdivide your parcel. Once you've determined the rez zone you want, allow "public access" and "objects entry" so your customers can rez their purchases. Don't forget to set a reasonable auto-return giving enough time to your clients and not too long so you don't end up with too many rezzed items on the parcel. 

How to join and split land

The steps below apply to joining or splitting both personally- and group-owned land.

32px-KBnote.png Note: If you wish to make changes to group-owned land, you must be authorized to subdivide and join parcels.

 Splitting land

To subdivide one parcel into two parcels:

  1. Stand on your parcel. Select World Show Property Lines (or Ctrl + Alt + Shift + P). Your land boundary appears in red.
  2. Right-click the ground and choose Edit Terrain (or press Ctrl-5 on your keyboard). The Build Tools window opens.
  3.  Use your mouse to left-drag the yellow selection box around the part of your land you want to divide into its own parcel.
  4. With the land selected, click Subdivide under Modify Parcel
  5. A prompt asks you to confirm the split. Once you agree, your land is divided into two separate parcels.

Both parcels can have their own names, land options, and so forth, and will accrue traffic independently of one another.

 Joining land

You may combine two parcels into a single parcel if they:

  • Are in the same region. You cannot join land across a region boundary.
  • Have the same owner. You cannot join your group land to your personal land.
  • Share a common border.
32px-KBnote.png Note: When you join land, the combined parcel takes its name, settings, and database ID from the larger of the two parcels. This may have an impact on search rankings, so proceed with caution.

To join two parcels:

  1. Stand on one of the parcels you wish to join to another. Select World Show Property Lines (or Ctrl + Alt + Shift + P).
  2. Right-click the ground and choose Edit Terrain or press Ctrl-5 on your keyboard.
  3. Use your mouse to left-drag the yellow selection box so that it spans the border between the two parcels you want to join.
    32px-KBtip.png Tip: You must select land from both parcels that are to be joined, but you do not need to select the entirety of both parcels.
  4. In the Edit Terrain window, click the Join button under Modify Parcel.
  5. Right-click the ground and choose About Land to make sure that your settings are correct.

The smallest parcel you can create in Second Life is 16m2 (4m x 4m).

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