There are 3 ways to point your domain traffic to Pagely. These are via:
- Nameservers (PressDNS)
- CNAME record
- A record/IP address
If you're using PressDNS to host and manage your domain's DNS, you'll want to jump over to our article on using PressDNS to point your nameservers to Pagely.
Using External DNS
Getting Your A and CNAME Records
If you'll be using another DNS service, such as Cloudflare, or through your domain registrar, you'll need to know where to point your A and CNAME records. Here's how to find them:
Note: We recommend using CNAME records, if possible.
- Log into the Atomic control panel.
- From the menu on the left, click on Apps.
- Locate the site that you need to point the domain to and click its name.
- Inside the Primary Server Info section, you'll see the A and CNAME records that will allow you to point your domain to your site on Pagely.
Pointing Your CNAME and A Records
Updating your DNS records will vary based on your domain registrar. For more information on the process, we recommend contacting your registrar or reviewing their documentation.