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How do I use my own domain with Pagebuild?

Once you have added your A records you can then log in to your dashboard and click on the 'website address' link next to your site. Select 'Use a custom domain' and then enter your domain name (do not include www). If you also want to use the www prefix then check the box below the form field. Press the 'Change site address' button. If you have set up your A records correctly then your site will be renamed.

Please note that it can take 24 hours for your A record changes to take effect so if you get a message telling you that your domain name does not resolve to the correct place, please wait a while and try again.

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How do I add an A record

If you don't understand what DNS is and you don't want to find out then just email the following paragraph to your domain registrar. Make sure to replace with your own domain name:


Please create two A records for my domain The '' A record and the ''
A record should both point to


If you understand DNS and want to do this yourself then all you need to do is create an A record from to If also want to resolve, you will need to make another A record from to

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How do I get a domain name?

You can buy a domain name at a 'domain registrar' of your choice.

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Do I need a domain name?

That is up to you. You may use your own domain name, or set up your Pagebuild site on 'the' domain. Please note that there are some advantages in owning your own domain name.

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