If you own a domain name (e.g.
www.mywebsite.com), you may want to publish your Leadpages to that domain or to your existing website.
How to make your Leadpages accessible at your domain
If you already have an existing site, we offer a few options for publishing Leadpages to your domain.
The first option is to download and HTML file of your Leadpage, and upload it to your server or web host. You can find our full instructions for this option here: How To Publish Leadpages On My Own Server.
Otherwise, if you’re using WordPress to power your existing site, you can install our connector plugin. You only need to install the plugin once, which will allow you to publish any of your Leadpages to your site. For instructions on installing the plugin and setting it up in WordPress, please see this article: Installing the WordPress Plugin.
If you have purchased a domain, but do not have an existing site set up on your domain…
It is possible to use our custom domain mapping feature to publish your Leadpage on your own domain, without having a host set up. This will allow you to publish Leadpages to a custom URL subdomain, e.g. yoursubdomain.yourdomain.com/your-page, while still having the page hosted on Leadpages' servers. You can read more about how to set up a custom URL here: Publishing Your Leadpage to a Custom URL.
If you would rather not use the custom domain feature, or if you're looking to publish to more than one domain, you will need to use one of the options listed above to publish your Leadpages to your domain. While a domain acts as a web "address," in order to make webpages accessible at your domain, you will need to host them on a server. Leadpages does not offer traditional hosting services, but many domain name providers do, and we would encourage you to consult with whichever service you use for more information on hosting options.
For more information about web hosting vs. a domain name, a good resource to review is: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Learn/Getting_started_with_the_web/Publishing_your_website
PLEASE NOTE: While some domain name providers offer masking/forwarding features, we cannot support Leadpages published to your domain in this way, and setting up these features on your domain to point to Leadpages can cause serious issues on your pages! For more information, please see: Can I Use Domain Masking With My Leadpage?
Please let us know if you have additional questions.
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