If you have your own domain, and would like to use the same domain to point to your Teachable school, you'll have to create a subdomain. A subdomain is a second website that has its own unique content, but the same root domain. For example, if you already have a website at "popcorn.com", you could create a subdomain (i.e. school.popcorn.com) that points to your Teachable school. This article goes over how to add a custom domain using a subdomain to your Teachable school.
Domain Registrar Specific Guides
The process for setting up a subdomain may look different depending on your domain registrar. For more specific instructions, take a look at these registrar specific guides:
- Setting Up a Subdomain With Squarespace
- Setting Up a Subdomain With Wordpress
- Setting Up a Subdomain With Bluehost
- Setting Up a Subdomain With Google Domains
- Setting Up a Subdomain With Namecheap
- Setting Up a Subdomain With Hover
- Setting Up a Subdomain With GoDaddy
Adding a Subdomain To Your Teachable School
While the look may differ based on your domain registar, adding a subdomain to your Teachable school usually requires the following steps.
- Log into your domain registrar.
- Find the DNS records for the domain you would like to add a subdomain to.
- Create a CNAME record that points your desired subdomain to your Teachable URL. The following screenshot from GoDaddy serves as an example of how it may look on your domain registrar.
- Log into your Teachable school and navigated to the Domains page
- Add your new URL (with the subdomain) to your Teachable school.