Domain's DNS

Updated 2 months ago ​by Lucimary Machado de Oliveira

Domain's DNS

How to configure your domain's DNS to point the CNAME of pages.inevent.com

Normally, you configure the custom domain in the event level because each event has its own address.

You can configure your domain's DNS in the company level or in the event level. Both procedures are basically the same, but when setting it in the event level, make sure the landing pages is disabled.

For that, go to Settings > Tools > InEvent Registration > Edit and disable the Landing Pages feature.

That step done, to custom a domain in the event level, go to Event > Details > Custom Domain. Press Edit and type your domain. Press End.

Then, if you click on the Information button on the left side of the Custom Domain, you will see a CNAME and the page that it has to be: pages.inevent.com.

To custom a domain in the company level, go to Company > Details > Custom Domain. Press Edit and type your domain. Press End.

Then, if you click on the Information button on the left side of the Custom Domain, you will see a CNAME and the page that it has to be: pages.inevent.com.

It is recommended to redirect your root domain to the www domain. It means that most of the domain registers will require you to type www before you type your domain. The root domain is that one that you purchase.

As an example you can use the Amazon web services: Console.aws.amazon.com . You could also use your desired server, such as: 1&1, Enom, Generic, GoDaddy, Namecheap, Network Solutions. In the Amazon example, click on Create Record Set > type the name > choose CNAME. In the value, add: pages.inevent.com and click on Create.

It can take up to 48 hours for any changes to domain records. You can use https://www.whois.net/ to check domain information.