Domain settings

Confirm your domains default form, redirect it whenever needed and force your SSL certificate.

Where can I manage the domain settings?

Open the 'Settings > Domains' menu and click on the cogwheel shaped settings button behind the domain. You can manage both technical and personal domains.

Default domain form

If you have ever researched on how to improve your websites SEO, then you might be aware that it's not the best solution to share your links both with and without the www-part. If you confirm one default form for your domain, you can rest assured that it's always delivered in one form.


You can use the redirecting feature, for example, when you have registered multiple domains with your website and now wish to direct them all at one particular address.

NB! Make sure, that before you redirect your domain address to another one, the new address surely works and displays your web-page.

Acquiring SSL certificate

You can add a free Let's Encrypt certificate from the Domain - SSL view. All you have to do is tick the domain or domains, for which you'd like to add certificate to.

You can get an option to add your own certificate by other service provider by subscribing to our Premium plan. 

Forcing SSL

For using only encrypted traffic on your website, you can choose to Force SSL. Go to your domains menu and click on the cogwheel icon behind the domain name, find 'Force SSL' and choose 'Always use SSL' option.

NB! Make sure the SSL certificate is activated before you force SSL.
You can check that by typing your website's address on URL bar with https:// prefix and when it displays your site, you're good to go. Otherwise you lose access to your website.

Embedding in iFrame

iFrame is a window to someone else's webpage, such as adding Youtube videos or social media newsfeed to your website. It is possible to allow someone else to show a fragment of your website on their website.