An alias record is a special type of record that only a few registrars support that allows you to map a domain to another domain (very similar to CNAME) but crucially allows you to map the “root” domain to something else. Practically this matters because it allows someone to set up their custom domain with us as e.g. example.com as opposed to www.example.com
Articles in this section
- How do I set up my custom domain?
- What is a Welcome page?
- How do I add an endorsement to my publication?
- What are recommendations digests?
- What are the stars on my Subscribers dashboard?
- How do I export my email list on Substack?
- What happens when I connect my Twitter to my Substack publication?
- Can I moderate comments on my Substack posts?
- How can I recommend other publications on Substack?
- What does email disabled mean?