To set up a custom domain for your site you need to go trough a few simple steps. First of all you need to choose a custom domain name and register it with a DNS provider, after this is done you need to configure your DNS records.
See more detailed instructions below:
1. Pick a domain
Pick your custom domain and register it with a DNS provider. A DNS provider is a company that allows users to buy and register a unique domain name and connect that name to an IP (Internet Protocol) address by pointing your domain name to an IP address or a different domain name. A DNS provider is also called a domain registrar or DNS host.
2. Configure your DNS records
You can configure your DNS in two ways:
You need to change DNS settings with your domain name registrar.
NOTE: Everything you serve through this domain will not work any longer (including emails, website, ftp & subdomains). To preserve nameservers, we recommend the CNAME method (a little bit more complicated though).
Go to your domain name registrar - where you bought the domain name from - and look for something called "DNS settings". Change your current name servers with the following:
Please allow at least 24 hours for the new DNS to propagate. If you have problems changing NS settings through your registrar's interface you could send them an email.
You need to add a CNAME record with your domain name registrar.
Create a CNAME record. Go to your domain name registrar - where you bought the domain name from - and look for something called "Add/Create CNAME". You need to add a "bannermaker" CNAME record that points to bannersnack domain name.
CNAME (Alias): bannermaker
Points to: bannersnack.com
If you have problems changing NS settings through your registrar's interface you could send them an email.