First off, you need a domain. If you don't have it already, we suggest you grab one on NameCheap.
Once you have a domain, navigate to DNS settings and create a CNAME record with the following values:
- HOST or NAME -
- VALUE or TARGET -
- TTL - as low as possible
After successfully creating a CNAME record, head over to the settings page of the admin dashboard. Input your domain preceded by the word dashboard in the Domain field.
If your CNAME record is valid the field will turn green, otherwise the field will turn red. In this case, double check that your configuration is correct and exactly as explained above, then wait for a couple hours (propagation can take up to 24 hours).
- How to create a CNAME record on NameCheap
- How to create a CNAME record on GoDaddy
- How to create a CNAME record on Google Domains
- How to create a CNAME record on Cloudflare
- How to create a CNAME record on IONOS
If your domain requires additional confirmation, you'll see the following alert in your dashboard:
You'll notice a long string in mono text — this is the DNS record you want to copy. You'll want to create a new TXT record with a Name of
_vercel, content of the text we just copied, and a TTL as low as possible. Attached is a screenshot from Cloudflare of how this record looks.
Once this record is added, it can take a few minutes to be recognized. After a few minutes, try clicking the "Verify" button on Hyper. If this doesn't work, wait a few minutes and try again.
If you've followed the article and are still having issues, contact us and we'll be happy to help!
Updated 7 months ago