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Set Up Domain Name

OneRooftop provides you with a free “yourwebsite.onerooftop.com” domain address, but you can also use your own domain name like “www.yourwebsite.com.”

Having your own domain name adds a level of professionalism and helps to promote your brand as users will remember it easier.

1. Part of taking your website live with your own domain requires making changes to your domain’s DNS records.

Select your domain name provider below for setup instructions. Contact support@onerooftop.com if your domain name provider is not listed.


› Log in to www.godaddy.com to configure DNS settings.

› Click on DOMAINS (the word, not manage).

› A menu will appear. Find the domain you wish to point to your website. Click Manage DNS.

› You will now edit your DNS settings.

› Edit the Type A Record by clicking the pencil icon.

› In the space where it says Points to, replace the IP address with following:

Do not edit any further.

› Click save.

› Now edit the the Type CNAME with the name www by clicking the pencil icon.

› Replace the @ sign with the following: web.onerooftop.com

Do not edit any further.

› Click save.


1. Sign in to your account.

2. Beneath the Domains heading, click “Manage domains”

3. Click the down arrow to the right of your domain name to open the drop down.

4. Click Edit Domain Settings.

5. Go to the heading that says A/AAA and CNAME Records

  • For IP address (A Record), choose “Other IP address”
  • for IPv4, type:

6. Click save.


Using Google Domains? Learn how to point to your website hosted with OneRooftop.

Set up DNS settings in Google Domain.

  • Log in to your Google Domains account.
  • Go to your selected domain and click the icon for DNS settings. If you hover over the icon it says “Configure DNS”.
  • Scroll down to custom resource records.
  • Where it says IPv4 address, copy and paste the folowing:
  • Click blue Add button.
  • Next, where you see the @ sign, type www
  • Again in the IPv3 space, copy and paste the following:
  • Click blue Add button.

Network Solutions

  • Go to www.networksolutions.com and click on the “Manage Account” button on the upper right-hand side.
  • Enter your user name and password, and from the drop-down menu, choose “Manage My Domain Names.”
  • If prompted, set security questions and answers.
  • Click on “Edit Advanced DNS Records.”
  • Click “Edit A Records.”
  • Put a check in the box next to the “www” field to erase that data.
  • In the “@ (None)” field change the value to
  • Click “Continue.”
  • Confirm your changes.
  • Wait a few minutes for the changes to take effect.
  • Click on “Edit CNAMES.”
  • In the “Alias” field, type WWW.
  • Put a check next to the other “Host” field.
  • In the other “host” section, enter web.onerooftop.com.
  • Click “Continue.”
  • Confirm your changes.


  • Log in to your Yahoo account.
  • Click on “Domain Control Panel.”
  • Click on “Manage Advanced DNS Records.”
  • Change the “A Name” record to
  • Change the “CNAME” with a value of *.YOURDOMAIN.com change the value to web.onerooftop.com.


  • Go to Register.com.
  • Click on “Your Account”.
  • Enter your user name and password.
  • Click on the domain you want to bring live.
  • Under “Advanced Technical Settings,” click the “Edit” button in the “A Record” field
  • Change the *.YOURDOMAN.com and the blank.YOURDOMAIN.com value to
  • Click “Continue” until you are back at the main page.
  • Under “Advanced Technical Settings,” click the “Edit” button in the “CNAME” field.
  • Change the field with “www.YOURDOMAIN.com” value to web.onerooftop.com.

2. Add your domain name to “Add Domain” in your OneRooftop Admin.

  • Return to your OneRooftop admin.
  • Go to Website > Advanced.
  • Type your domain name into the “Add Domain” field (Example: www.yourdomain.com). Click Add.
  • Type your domain name again, this time without the www prefix (Example: yourdomain.com). Click Add.

3. Set your primary domain to be your new custom domain name. Do this by toggling the drop-down menu.


4. Don’t forget to click the green “Save” button.