Domains associated with your Property allow you to manage public DNS records for the domain. It also allows:

  • Automatic DNS configuration for sites
  • Automatic CDN configuration for production sites
  • Automatic Email configuration & verification


Browse to the Domains tab, and click on the + Domain button:

Make sure to enable the toggle for Primary in the upper right-hand corner of the edit dialog. Specify the domain name (must be a Fully Qualified Domain Name, FQDN), and click Save.

After saving your changes, expand the new Domain, and click on the the Glue Records (DNS Records) button:

Glue Records

Glue records are important if you are using vanity nameservers in your client domains. If you are not using vanity nameservers, you can skip this section.

Glue records are important when you are using your reseller or agency domain nameservers as the nameservers for your client domain(s). They tell the DNS system on the public internet where to lookup DNS records for the domains you are managing for your clients, and because you are (effectively) the root nameservers for your client domain(s), you must add these entries to your registrar, so other DNS clients on the internet can lookup hostnames for your client domain(s).

The values below are an example ONLY–your domain will have different values, which you should use to configure with your registrar. DO NOT USE THE VALUES BELOW!

Expected vs Actual

This example shows when you have an error with the settings:

Registrar Settings

As an example, here is how it looks for Google Domain (registrar) settings to enable Glue Records. Setting up glue records for your nameservers is specific to your registrar. Here are some additional links to get you started–if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!

Verified Example

This is what an example looks like once everything is setup correctly and verified:

Due to the way DNS works, when you refresh the status of your nameservers, it may change between verified and unverified. This is normal, as it takes time to propagate the changes across the public internet. If it is still unverified after 24h, please contact us.


Creating records is as simple as clicking on the Create button and specifying values for each field:

Assuming we are creating a record that will resolve to the IP Address using an A record, this is what it might look like:

We do not allow specifying or editing DNS records for NS or SOA, as those are self-managed by the platform.

After saving the new record, it should show up in your domain: