Technical domain name

Wodby provides a short * domain name to every application, it depends on the name of the application and the name of the organization. It looks like this: [instance].[app name].[organization name], you can find your technical domain from Instance > Domains page.

You can restrict access to technical domains by:

  • Disabling domain
  • Setting basic auth for this domain

Attaching custom domain name (single server setup)

You can attach your custom domain name by following these steps:

  1. Go to Instance > Domains > Add on your instance page
  2. Add your domain
  3. Add an A record targeted to your server IP from your DNS provider's control panel
  4. You're all set. Please note that DNS records propagation may take up to 24 hours

You can attach wildcard domains, e.g. *

WWW redirects

If you want your www subdomain to automatically redirect to non-www domain or vise-versa, you can do it from a domain edit page by selecting one of the redirect actions. Please note, you must add both www and non-www domains manually before configuring WWW redirect actions.

Basic auth

You can enable basic auth from Instance > Domains > Basic auth. Only single basic auth can be set up per instance but you can choose which domains you want to apply it to.

Indexation by Search Robots

All technical * domains are not indexed by search engines (header X-Robots-Tag). Additionally, you can optionally prevent indexation for your custom domains on domain edit/add pages.


Please see this article.

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