Find out how to assign a unique address to your website
Before you start: Tilda does not provide domain hosting services, which means you cannot transfer your domain name to Tilda. You will have to manage domain name records on the side of your domain name registrar.
The domain name or URL is what people type into the browser address bar to visit your website. Custom domain names boost your credibility and help to build up your brand.
Enter the new domain name in the Site Settings → Domain. Republish all pages after that.
How to set up a domain name
Find the DNS zone of the domain and add an A-type record that points to the IP address 220.127.116.11 for the root domain that is usually indicated by @.
Root domain For example: website.com
1. Sign into the domain name registrar account and open the settings. 2. Find the DNS zone editor and click on Add New Record. 3. Select an A-type record. Leave the Host field empty or type the "@" sign and point it to the IP address 18.104.22.168
Keep in mind that the A record must be the only one for the root domain that is indicated by @. To avoid possible conflicts between the records, remove the other A, AAAA, and CNAME records if they are indicated by @.
Subdomain For example: blog.website.com or www.website.com
1. Sign into the domain name registrar account and open the settings. 2. Find the DNS zone editor and click on Add New Record. 3. Select an A-type record. Fill out the "Host" field with a subdomain you need. For example, blog or www. Point it to the IP address 22.214.171.124
Note. It is quite common when only a subdomain points to Tilda while the root domain remains connected elsewhere.
Do NOT change Nameservers (NS). All domains usually have at least two Nameservers that look like: