Getting Started (workflow guideline)
- 1. SiteManager Studio Signup (first time only)
- 2. Create a new website project
- 3. Design setup
- 4. Create first layout (content)
- 5. Add Content
- 6. Content Design
- 7. Check Responsive
- 8. Powerful CMS upgrades
- 9. Create Layout Variants
- 10. Custom development
- 11. SEO features
- 12. Add additional users
- 13. Go Live
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Search Engine Optimization
Page Components (code)
Setup your Domain with DNS records
How to configure your DNS to display your SiteManager website.
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Each domain name comes with DNS data or DNS records, to make sure that all web and mail traffic are sent to the correct servers.
The two most important records we need for setting up our domain are:
- A records
- CNAME records
An A-record links a domain to an IP address. This way, your domain name refers to your hosting account on servers.
Add these 2 A-records to your DNS settings
refer *.yourdomain.com to IP address 188.8.131.52
refer yourdomain.com to IP address 184.108.40.206
A CNAME record can map the web address www.example.com to the actual web site for the domain example.com.
Add this CNAME record to your DNS settings
refer www.yourdomain.com to destination dns.sitemn.gr
Set your TTL as low as possible.
Lower values mean your DNS gets updated more quickly — which means if you make changes to where your website is hosted, they take effect more quickly.
Take in mind it can take some time before any DNS changes take effect. For an A-record or CNAME it could easily take up to 24 hours.
Always be careful when deleting already existing records, if you're not 100% sure contact your hosting support.