By setting up your custom domain, you will be able to set up your white-labeled platform on your own website (e.g. app.yoursite.com) instead of app.respond.io.
In order to achieve this, you will have to enter your domain in the White-label Module and add a CNAME record to your DNS settings that point your custom domain to hosting.respond.io.
This feature is only available for official respond.io Reseller Partners.
Setting Up domain at respond.io
Step 1: Navigate to the White-label Module
Find the Domain Settings section
Step 2: Specify the custom domain
Under the Custom Domain Name section, enter the domain that you would like to use (e.g. https://app.yoursite.com, https://platform.yoursite.com, or https://www.yoursite.com).
To set up your domain, you will need to add a CNAME record to your DNS settings that point to respond.io
Step 1: Sign in at your domain's host website
First, you will have to sign in to your domain host's website. Your domain host is typically where you purchased your domain name (e.g. GoDaddy, Enom, or Name.com).
If you do not know who your domain host is, you can take a look at this guide to identifying your domain host by Google.
Step 2: Add a CNAME record
Please ensure that the traffic for your DNS record Name is not proxied to Cloudflare.
Once you have logged into your domain host's website, you will need to add a new CNAME record.
For more specific instructions, you can visit your domain host's documentation.
Alternatively, you may want to contact their support team, who can help you.
Go to your domain’s DNS records. Here, you want to add a record to your DNS settings, selecting CNAME as the record type.
When adding a new CNAME record, you will need to include three fields:
Host (or Name)
This is the subdomain of your site.
For example, if your site is yourdomain.com and you wish to host our platform under app.yourdomain.com, then you would enter app for this field.
You can also enter www to host it under www.yourdomain.com.
Value (or Points to)
The Value is where your CNAME record will point to.
The Time to Live is how long the server should cache this information (in seconds).
Enter 43200 for 12 hours.
After filling in the fields, save your new CNAME record to be updated onto your domain host.
It can take up to 48 hours for changes to take effect across global servers, however they typically happen much sooner.
If your Custom Domain does not work right away, the CNAME probably has not propagated yet.
Once your CNAME records have updated, you will be able to log onto your Reseller Platform through your domain.
If for some reason your custom domain name still does not work after following the above instructions, you may want to try creating a new record that points to 188.8.131.52.
HTTP 404 Error Message
If you receive a 404 error message when trying to access your custom domain, even after your DNS record has been updated, it’s because the custom domain hasn't been configured on respond.io platform.
On the respond.io platform, log in with your Reseller account and follow these instructions.