DNS records

Updated 
March 21, 2016

DNS (Domain Name System) records tell the DNS server where each domain should point to. There are a number of different DNS record types, example MX records which point emails (email@domain.com) to the email host.

To point your domain to Webflow, you'll create 2 types of records: A records (you'll need 2) to point the root domain (domain.com) to Webflow and a CNAME record for each subdomain (blog.domain.com, help.domain.com) as well as the full domain (www.domain.com).

The Webflow records should point to the following addresses or values:

If SSL is ON (recommended) in your Webflow settings, the Webflow A record values should be: 34.193.69.252 & 34.193.204.92 and the Webflow CNAME record values should be: proxy-ssl.webflow.com.

If SSL is OFF (not recommended) in your Webflow settings, the Webflow A record values should be: 23.235.33.229 & 104.156.81.229 and the Webflow CNAME record values should be: proxy.webflow.com.

To connect your domain to Webflow, check out the Connecting a custom domain tutorial.