Set up your website
Create your landing page
Get started now with our set up flow
Using the website builder
Customize the look and feel of your website
Preview (.xyz) websites
Customize your website
Create your podcast website in under 5 minutes
It’s all about your brand: adding your logos and branding colors
Customizing your Website Footer
Customizing your Website Menu
Set up your custom domain
Upload and sell your content
Set up products and access permissions
The four types of access - free, gated, paid, secret
Setting up a Paid Product
Setting up a Secret Space
Collect email addresses in return for free content access
Getting all your content in one place!
Quickly post a piece of content on the go
Start by uploading your files in one go
Creating your content - curate them into collections and categories
Importing your podcast from an existing RSS feed
Tips to creating a gorgeous intuitive discovery journey for your audience
Creating YouTube content
Importing your blog from an existing RSS feed
Bulk uploading your content
Importing individual podcast episodes
Add podcast episodes to other lists
Find Your Uploaded Files: How to Search Successfully
Link Stripe and add pricing
Link your stores
Set up Stripe to collect payments directly on your website
Creating Pricing Plans for your Paid Products
Comments and Community
Growth for your success
Promotional codes, discounts, and unique invitation links
Integrating your mailing list and CRM with SupaPass
Integrate with Sendinblue
Connecting SupaPass to Sendinblue
Add New Contact Zap for Sendinblue
Update User Zap for Sendinblue
New Subscription Zap for Sendinblue
End Subscription Zap for Sendinblue
Delete Users from Sendinblue
Connecting Zapier to SupaPass
What data can I send via Zapier?
Automating common tasks through Zapier
Connect your contact form to your CRM
Connect SupaPass to ConvertKit
Integrating with analytics tools
Google Tag Manager
Connect Google Analytics to SupaPass
Connect Facebook Pixel to your SupaPass website
View and export your data
Automatic Notifications When Publishing New Content
Create your Store accounts for your apps
What accounts do I need to setup to get the ball rolling?
Registering for the Apple Developer program
Registering for the Google Play Store
Registering for Firebase
Getting your apps built, submitted and approved in the app stores
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What is a redirect?
Redirects are a helpful and often essential part of your domain configuration, but what exactly are redirects? Simply put, redirects are addresses that send you somewhere else when typed in. Redirects can sometimes be a whole domain, for example an old website that you still own but you now want to redirect visitors from there to your new website. Redirects are also often used for subdomains, with the most common example of this being 'www.' which we will use in our example.
Why you should always use A records
Many people still type the whole 'www.yourdomain.com' into the address bar, so you'll need to set up a redirect to ensure that they are sent to where your website actually lives on 'yourdomain.com'.
Before you start, let's briefly clarify that you should forget about CNAME and ALIAS records (if you've ever heard of them).
Yes, you read that correctly. SupaPass custom domain management simply does not support them - and for a very good reason. Behind the scenes we use redirects instead.
- It’s better for Search Engine Optimisation (those precious Google rankings);
- It allows us to automatically redirect from www. to top-level domains;
- It allows you to easily switch traffic from any previous old website(s)/links to point instead to your new SupaPass website - without losing any SEO rankings;
- It has become recommended best practice.
Setting up a redirect
Let's use the example of a www. redirect, if you're using your main domain with us then this is recommended.
- Repeat the steps from before by creating another A record, this time setting the Name field to domain you wish to redirect from e.g.
- In the domain settings of your SupaPass Dashboard, add the redirect address as an existing domain and click 'Connect Domain'.
- Your newly added domain should redirect to your default domain. You can choose to change which site is your default in the section below.
Changing the default domain
You may want to change the default domain so that all of the others redirect to there instead. To do this, simply click the more button (3 dots) and select 'Make Default'. You can also delete a domain from the same menu.
Because both are already set in your DNS providers’ records as A records there are no other changes required (yay!), and no waiting for up to 24 hours for changes to propagate around the internet.