Domain Connect

March 20, 2023

Domain Connect
Domain Connect
Domain Connect

With this update, we can now automatically configure your custom domains to work with Framer. We currently support domains managed by Google Domains, GoDaddy, and IONOS, but we’ll be adding more providers in the coming weeks. When setting up a custom domain from a supported provider, you’ll now see an Auto Connect button. Click it, and we’ll direct you to your provider where you can review the changes we want to make on your behalf, and apply them with a single click. How does it work? When you want to use a custom domain for your Framer site, you need to point it at the Framer servers by modifying the DNS records. So far, this has been a manual process: Framer tells you what to change, and you log into your provider’s control panel and make the changes. But thanks to an open standard called Domain Connect, we can now automate this process.

With this update, we can now automatically configure your custom domains to work with Framer. We currently support domains managed by Google Domains, GoDaddy, and IONOS, but we’ll be adding more providers in the coming weeks. When setting up a custom domain from a supported provider, you’ll now see an Auto Connect button. Click it, and we’ll direct you to your provider where you can review the changes we want to make on your behalf, and apply them with a single click. How does it work? When you want to use a custom domain for your Framer site, you need to point it at the Framer servers by modifying the DNS records. So far, this has been a manual process: Framer tells you what to change, and you log into your provider’s control panel and make the changes. But thanks to an open standard called Domain Connect, we can now automate this process.

With this update, we can now automatically configure your custom domains to work with Framer. We currently support domains managed by Google Domains, GoDaddy, and IONOS, but we’ll be adding more providers in the coming weeks. When setting up a custom domain from a supported provider, you’ll now see an Auto Connect button. Click it, and we’ll direct you to your provider where you can review the changes we want to make on your behalf, and apply them with a single click. How does it work? When you want to use a custom domain for your Framer site, you need to point it at the Framer servers by modifying the DNS records. So far, this has been a manual process: Framer tells you what to change, and you log into your provider’s control panel and make the changes. But thanks to an open standard called Domain Connect, we can now automate this process.