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How to publish your public page under your own domain (CNAME)

Public pages are published on If you are on the Company plan, you can also use your own domain for this. That way, your public page will be hosted on, for example,

⚠️ Make sure the domain is already registered by you and active before linking it here and that you also have access to the DNS records.


To link your (sub) domain to your public Superdense page, go to Settings > Branding and take the following steps:

  1. Under "Custom domain" add the domain you are going to use.

  2. Click Add Domain

  3. Follow the instruction: "Your domain has not been activated yet, please add a CNAME record to (If you're using cloudflare, do not proxy the record)". This means that if you are the owner of and you want to use for Superdense, you need to create a new CNAME record in your that points to


  4. Once the CNAME record is created, click Click to verify now.

  5. If the DNS record was created correctly, you will see a ✅ green checkmark in a few seconds, indicating that your domain was setup correctly.

Troubleshooting 💣

Is the Custom Domain not working, or taking longer than expected to verify? 🤔 Check if your CNAME record is set up and propagating correctly here (replace the example domain with your own):

Next, click the Lookup DNS button


Remove or Change a Custom Domain

If you no longer want the custom domain, or if you want to change it, you can simply delete it.


Click Delete domain to remove the link between your domain and Superdense.

⚠️ Deleting the domain link in your Superdense account does not change or delete the record in your domain DNS. When it's no longer in use, you should remove it in your DNS yourself too to avoid maintaining legacy records.

Link another domain?

If you want to link another domain to your Superdense account, you can simply follow the steps at the beginning of this document once more.

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