Main Topics

  • How Do I Point My Domain to Pagely?

    There are 3 ways to point your domain traffic to Pagely. These are via: PressDNS CNAME record A record/IP address Using PressDNS If you're using PressDNS to 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 DN...

  • Why Hasn’t My DNS Change Taken Effect Yet?

    You might have noticed that once you change a DNS record inside PressDNS or another DNS provider, it seems to take some time for it to actually take effect. Here’s why. Understanding What DNS Does To better understand how DNS works, you first need to understand what it actually does. Let’s break ...

  • Managing DNS Records

    If your nameservers are pointed to Pagely to take advantage of the great benefits of PressDNS, you might need to update your DNS records for other services such as email. In this article, we’ll show you how to manage DNS records inside PressDNS. Note: Keep in mind that these DNS records only appl...

  • DNS Record Type Reference

    A A records are used for pointing to an IP address. If you need to point a DNS record to an IPv4 address, you’ll use an A record to do it. CNAME CNAME records point one alias to another. They’re especially useful for pointing multiple records to the same place. For example, if you had support.exa...

  • Using PressDNS™

    PressDNS™ is our DNS system backed by Amazon’s Route53 service. Not only does it provide the rock-solid reliability and blazing speed of Route53 to our customers, but it also allows automatic PressCACHE™ global delivery of your site’s content. Changing Your Domain’s Nameservers To use PressDNS, y...