This article will show you how to set up a subdomain for your content hub.
In order that Aioma can publish the articles at the same domain as your website, you have to do some small technical settings.
Don't worry, setting up your CNAME won't take more than a few minutes of your time.
So let's get started!
Let's briefly explain what a CNAME is:
A CNAME (Canonical Name) is a DNS (Domain Name System) record on your domain (website URL). So the Content Hub can be displayed on a subdomain of your root domain, because this subdomain redirects hidden to the Aioma server.
To allow seamless switching between the two systems, from your website to ours and back, please add the CNAME (the subdomain you defined) to cd.aioma.app.
Note: The subdomain always consists of only one additional word in front of your domain name (in your case: hub) plus the domain name. For example:
- Domain: aioma.com
- Subdomain: hub.aioma.com
- NO subdomain: aioma.com/hub → A domain with a slash and one additional word is not a subdomain and therefore cannot be used for your Aioma blog.