Adding a Custom Domain

Lemon Squeezy offers the ability to use your custom domains. Simply put, a domain name is the name of a website. It's what comes after “@” in an email address, or after “www.” in a web address. If someone asks how to find you online, what you tell them is usually your domain name. An example of a domain name is 

You manage your domain settings for your online store on the store settings page in your Lemon Squeezy admin.

Updating your DNS records

There are two options to update your DNS records. Point your A record to Lemon Squeezy's IP listed in your account or point the CNAME record to your sub-domain. On your domain provider’s website, log in to your account. Find the DNS settings or domain management area. Update your A record or CNAME record that's listed in your Lemon Squeezy DNS instructions panel. 

Setting your Primary Domain

The domain that's displayed when customers visit your online store is your primary domain. By default, when you sign up for Lemon Squeezy, your primary domain uses the format If you want to change the domain that customers use to visit your storefront, then you can add a domain from any third-party domain registrar. After you add a custom domain to Lemon Squeezy, then you can set your custom domain as the primary domain.

Please note — the current release (as of October 6th, 2021) of the custom domain feature only supports adding a custom domain from a domain registrar. The next release of our custom feature will offer the ability to purchase a new domain right inside your Lemon Squeezy account.

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