Connecting a Domain from GoDaddy

When you create a site, Webydo automatically assigns it a name, which appears in the Site Title parameter of the Settings dialog box (a name similar to site9260363). This is your site’s internal sub-domain name in Webydo. 
When you are ready to open the website to the public, you should attach it to a domain of your own. Note: attaching a domain name is possible if you have a plan purchased.

First Step: Copy your website's A-Record address.

1. Access Webydo's Dashboard and then click the website's Settings icon or the + Add A Domain button.

2. Under the General tab, you will find your website's A-Record (it should look like this:
3. Take note of the A-record and log in to your domain provider's account. 


Second Step: Paste the A-Record in GoDaddy.

1. Click on the Domains section to open your domain directory



2. Find your site in the list, and click Manage DNS



3. Click on the DNS Zone File tab



4. Go to the A-records section. Check to see if there is already a record using @. 


If there is: Click on the Edit Record icon to the right of the record:



If there is not: Click on the Add Record button located at the top of the Zone File section:



5. Fill out the required fields, as shown and click Finish:



6. You will see a red bar located at the top of the page. Be sure to click SAVE CHANGES in order to save your changes to the A-records



Third Step: Add the domain name to your site.

Now that you have your purchased domain name is pointing to your site, you should add it to your site as well:



1. Access Webydo's Dashboard and then click the website's Settings icon or Add Domain button again.

2. Under the Domain & Email tab, click on + Add a New Domain.
3. Write your domain name in the input field that just appeared and click Add. Make sure you add the www address (example:, as well as the non-www address (example:


Final Step: PUBLISH


Don't forget to PUBLISH the site. Any changes made will not be active on your live site, until the site has been re-published.