Websites built in web design software WebWave are viewed under subdomain webwavecms.com by default, which means your website might get a site address http://SiteID.webwavecms.com.

To every website built in WebWave, you can easily link your own domain and your site address will change to http://YourSiteName.com.

In this article, you will learn how to build a website with your own site address. 

 

There are to ways to do it:

  1. Register new domain through WebWave CMS interface - in this article, you will learn how.

  2. Redirect domain registered at third-party supplier - read more.

 

 

Register a new domain

To register a new domain in website builder WebWave, open Webmaster's panel and in chosen website's settings select "Site address".

 

 

In a new window, in "Register new domain" section enter a domain name, which you want to register and check if it is available.

 

 

If it is available, you will see its price

To register a new domain press "Register".

 

 

After payment domain will be automatically registered and configurated. Keep in mind that after registration, new data is transferred to DNS servers and it takes up to 24h. If your website doesn't display right away, give it some time. 

Register a new domain or redirect existing one

15 January 2019

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