Add a DNS Record

You need to add the CNAME record to your DNS so that your domain name can be resolved to your CNAME.

A CNAME (canonical name) is a type of resource record in the DNS (domain name system) that maps one domain name (an alias) to another (the canonical name). This can prove convenient when running multiple services (like an FTP server and a web server, each running on different ports) from a single IP address. One can, for example, point and to the DNS entry for, which in turn has a record which points to the IP address. (From Wikipedia)

Follow the guides listed below to add a CNAME record to your DNS.

If you use another DNS provider, please reach out to them directly for instructions on how to add a CNAME record.

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