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How to Add Custom Domain to your wassup link?

This is how a user is to set up a custom domain & how to use SSL. The same applies to admin.

Setting a custom URL is a feature that allows you to attach your domain name to your already set up Bio. (Note: This feature can be available depending on your plan) You can set a custom domain for your page, so instead of or you can have or Follow the steps below to configure your custom domain.
Step 1
Within your DNS provider’s administration panel, you need to add/edit your (sub)domain to point to our site and you may use either of the two options below:
    Using CNAME Create a CNAME record with the host as your new subdomain and configure value as your default Bio URL or or In this example, the host would be and the value would be or wassup.tot/king.
    OR Using A Record Create an A record with the host as your new subdomain and the value as this IP address In this example, the host would be and the value would be
(Note: Please use the CNAME option if the A Record option doesn't work)

Step 2

Login to your account, go to Settings, navigate to Custom Domain, type in your custom domain (in the example above,, and then click Set Domain. We’ll validate your custom domain to ensure you didn’t miss Step 1 above and update your Disha Pages URL. Your page will instantly be available via your custom domain name. Setting up Custom Domain with SSL For Bio that is being published using the default URL (i.e. or ), no configuration is needed to support HTTPS. For custom domains, we add http:// by default, and because of the required domain ownership verification for SSL issuance, we don’t offer https:// for custom domains. However, using a service like Cloudflare, you may enable SSL for your custom domain at the DNS level. Log in or create an account with Cloudflare and navigate to your dashboard:
    Make sure you’ve set up your CloudFlare nameservers
    Go to the DNS section on the dashboard for your Cloudflare site and create a CNAME record per step 1 above.
    Now go to the Crypto section and make sure SSL is set to Full.
    Additionally, on the same page, enable Always use HTTPS
    Update your URL in Step 2 to https:// and save.

(Note: if you have the free plan with CloudFlare, it can take up to 24 hours to issue your certificate.)