Custom domain

Connect your web app to a custom domain.

A domain name is the URL or web address where visitors find your app. By default, any web app created with PandaSuite is accessible by its subdomain, like

Custom domains allow you to make your sites accessible at your own, non-PandaSuite domain names.

To assign a custom domain, you need to create a CNAME rule for your web app. This rule will use a subdomain of an existing domain (you cannot use this rule for a full domain). 
We recommend that you reserve a new domain and use the www subdomain to make the rule. 
You can even, from the interface of your host, create a rule of redirection domain to www.
You also have the option to use a subdomain of a domain you already use:

All links generated for your web app will use this custom domain.

Beforehand, you must have published your web app

Set up a custom domain name

In order to use a custom domain with PandaSuite, it is necessary to configure a CNAME record (canonical name) in your records. Go to the website of your hosting company (OVH, AWS, Google Domains...) to do this. 

If you don't know how CNAME records work, contact your domain host, who can help you.
  1. Access the DNS records for your domain.
  2. Add a record to your DNS settings, selecting CNAME as the record type.
  3. Copy the content of the field Destination/Target:

Add this custom domain name to your web app

Go to your PandaSuite dashboard, in the Apps section. 

Select your application and go to the Settings > Hosting tab. 

Copy and paste your custom domain. Click Validate Domain
The connection is made and your URL is updated in the Web tab. 
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