To verify your domain with GSuite, please follow these steps:
Domain registration is when you buy a new domain in Site.pro. You are the registered owner of that domain.
To buy a domain name for your website, select one of the options.
Please note that after domain registration you will need to click on the icon next to it, select "link" to make it as default (it will connect with your website).
Moreover, be aware that it may start working in up to 24 hours (usually it takes ~ 1—10 min). If the domain does not start working within 24 hours, please create a ticket.
You can always check domains' price and availability here.
Some exclusive offers for specific nTLDs:
If you have a domain that was not purchased from Site.pro and you want to use it in Site.pro, you can connect your existing domain.
There are two options to connect your domain:
Option 1 delegate domain (very recommended):
Option 2 park domain:
Note: Domain DNS renewal may take up to 24 hours (usually it takes ~15 min). If the domain does not start working within 24 hours please inform us by creating a ticket.
The Domain Name Server / System (DNS) is a system for obtaining information about domain zones and IP addresses on which websites are hosted. Simply put, for your domain name to be able to indicate on which server your website is hosted and where it needs to go in order to open this exact website on the Internet, DNS records must be specified.
For example, to redirect any domain of yours to your website created on Site.pro builder, it is enough to specify the following DNS for the domain in your domain's DNS zone management panel:
In order to change DNS records of a domain purchased on Site.pro system:
According to GDPR policy, information about domain name owners is hidden by default for both individuals and companies.
Exceptions may be national domain zones of specific countries.
Create a ticket, to clarify the possibility of hiding information about the domain owner for these specific zones.
In order to change the contact information in a domain name, you need to:
Since January 2014, ICANN, the organization that sets the rules for registering Internet domain names, has introduced new rules for generic top-level domains, such as .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, etc.
According to these rules, any registered domain requires the verification of contact information.
Verification is carried out in two possible ways:
In both cases, an email will be sent to your email address specified during domain registration with a request to confirm the email (during the initial registration of the domain), or the validity of the changed contact information (when changing the name of the domain owner, name of organization or registration email).