The final step in setting up Subfold is connecting your domain name.

In order to use Subfold on your website, you will need to add new DNS records to your DNS provider/registrar and remove the DNS records currently pointing your site to Webflow.

The can be done through the Domains section in the Subfold dashboard.

Steps to Connect a Domain

Navigate to the Domains tab in your Subfold dashboard.

1. Adding Your Domain

Click on Add Domain and enter your domain name.

If you want your site hosted on a specific subdomain like ‘www’, enter the entire subdomain (e.g., otherwise for apex or root domains simply provide the domain by itself (e.g.

Do not include https:// or any other prefix.

Ensure that ‘routing’ is set to ‘Primary’ then click ‘Add’.

2. Setting Up Domain Redirection (Optional)

If you’re using a subdomain (e.g., as your main domain and want the root domain (e.g., to redirect to it:

Click ‘Add Domain’ again and enter your root domain.

Select ‘Redirect’ and enter the full URL to which the domain should redirect (e.g., ’’) then click ‘Add’.

3. Replace DNS Records

Follow the DNS configuration steps provided for each domain. This involves updating records with your domain registrar or DNS provider.

Important: Remove the A record and any conflicting CNAME records (e.g. www) that point to Webflow except any CNAME records that are being used as custom domains to be used by Subfold.

4. Verifying Domain Connection

Once you have configured DNS settings, return to the Subfold dashboard. Click ‘Refresh’ next to the domain to check if the connection is successful.

Note that DNS changes can take up to 48 hours to propagate fully.

5. Testing the Domain

After the domain is connected, test it by visiting the URL in your browser. Confirm that your site appears as expected.