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Adding a New Domain to Use with Weebly

You can add a Weebly domain to your hosting account by registering a new domain, adding it to an existing domain, or adding Weebly to a subdomain. To add a domain to be used for Weebly:

Adding a New Weebly Domain on Shared and Weebly E-Commerce Accounts

Shared

  1. Log in to the Account Control Center (ACC)
  2. In the left sidebar, click Add Ons
  3. In the drop-down, click Weebly Site Builder
  4. Find the Add Weebly Site section and select whether you would like to Add Weebly to an Existing Domain, Add Weebly to a New Domain, or Add a New Weebly Subdomain
  5. On the next page, select your desired Weebly plan. If you're not sure which plan is best for you, click the question mark icon to bring up a feature chart. 
  6. Then click the Choose Weebly Plan button

This will begin the process of adding the domain with Weebly to your account. If the process is successful, the domain name will be listed on the Weebly Site Builder page within the Weebly Sites section. 

Adding a New Weebly Domain to Use with Weebly on Weebly Site Builder Hosting Accounts

If you're using a Weebly Site Builder Hosting account, follow these steps: 

  1. Log in to the Account Control Center (ACC)
  2. On the Weebly Site Builder page, find the Add Weebly Site section
  3. Select the Add a New Weebly Domain option
  4. Enter the name of your domain in the field next to Add a New Weebly Domain
  5. Click the Add Weebly Site
  6. On the next page, select your desired Weebly plan. If you're not sure which plan is best for you, click the question mark icon to bring up a feature chart. 
  7. Then click the Choose Weebly Plan button

This will begin the process of adding the domain with Weebly to your account. If the process is successful, the domain name will be listed on the Weebly Site Builder page within the Weebly Sites section.

Updated on January 22, 2021

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