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Domain linking, please help does not work it has been over 48 hours
Gerardo123

(IGNORE THE CONNECTED REPL, just didn't want to share the website's code that I had a question on!)
Hello I bought a domain from godaddy and I tried to link the domain to my website on repl but it does not work. Its been over 48 hours and nothing has worked. I bought then I went to repl and clicked link to existing domain. I put in my websites domain name and then I copy and pasted the CNAME into godaddy. On go daddy I put in a new DNS record that is CNAME, where the box that says points to I pasted the CNAME from my website. For host I put www since you guys said that’s the most common one or something. Its been over 48 hours and my website has not been linked. Please help

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Vandesm14

Domain linking is currently broken. I cannot get it to work as well. Sorry!

Gerardo123

@Vandesm14 hey I just figured it out right now. Apparently I just had to put www in the beginning before the domain link. So when repl asks for the domain type it in and put in www. FOr example www.yourdomain.com I thought it was just, yourdomain.com.

Vandesm14

@Gerardo123 Yes this is true. Repl.it only supports subdomains. (WHY?! Why not support root domains as well?!)

Stanlyhalo

@Vandesm14 Is it back up? How do you know?

Vandesm14

@Stanlyhalo Domain linking is back up. For subdomains only. Root domains sadly aren't working still. Ever since they released Domain linking root linking never worked.

ravinio

@Gerardo123
OMG I was going nuts wondering why it was not working, thank you for your comment!! Saved me from pulling my hair out!!

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This seems to still be broken. I used freenom instead. That didn't work so I tried using cloudflare didn't work either. I don't want to waste hours waiting just to know it won't work.

TSelden

I'm really new to this, too, but I did it not too long ago. Try not putting 'www.' in the host. I just put it without 'https://' or 'www.'.