I am trying to setup a domain name to my bubble app and the DNS records given back are:
Type: ALIAS/ANAME Name: Value: app.bubble.io
Type: CNAME Name:www Value:app.bubble.io
Am i supposed to get IP address instead of
app.bubble.io? How can i configure my registrar with that?
Thanks a lot
I actually had the same question just a few hours prior. I have not figured it out yet unfortunately. It seems that most registrants don’t have a problem with the
app.bubble.io domain, however godaddy, (My registrar) won’t accept it down the alias record but will for name. Anyways, here’s the link
I don’t think an A record is the same as an ALIAS/ANAME record. I have cloudflare also and CloudFlare doesn’t play nice with Godaddy, and I met the bubble developers today at their office and they said that they’re going to be rolling out a tutorial on how to integrate cloudflare for godaddy users but it may involve needing to move your domain off of godaddy. They should post a video or tutorial soon.
@SCEnterprises. i still haven’t found a workaround here.
I am using OVH by the way. is there any OVH bubblers in this forum to help?
I found a way to fix it by deleting my bare domain and setup again the www.domain. I used CNAME www records to setup my DNS. It worked!
Hope this could help others.
Awesome! This worked for me as well. Deleted my domain (
domain.com) in bubble settings and re-entered it with the format www.domain.com. In my google domains settings, I added CNAME record pointing to app.bubble.io.
Now I still need an A record to setup SSL encryption. Have you done this Sylvain?
@frank2 you dont need to add an A record for google & ssl is already with cloudflare,
might want to try this:
I saw some people having issues with Google Domains when trying to enable the new Cloudflare feature from Bubble. Having just gone through this terror with Google, I thought I would share as it’s all working fine now.
For what to do on the Bubble side make sure to follow the steps Bubble laid out
In your Google Domain dashboard, click the Manage link on your domain and then navigate to the DNS menu item on the left.
All the way at the bottom are your Custom resource records. After chang…
That worked, thank you very much! Just have to ignore the red error message.
hello Sylvain ! And for your root domain ? Is it ok with safari and chrome ? Is SSL enabled in your Bubble interface ?
@frank2 @charly , unfortunately i still have issue with my root domain, “server cannot be found” on Safari.
I don’t see SSL enabled in my Bubble interface.
still need some help here… anyone solved this?
thanks a lot
Resolved yesterday, OVH too. Works perfectly today. Here is my solution,
Problem solved with the creation of a free DNS provider at NAMECHEAP.
Just had to setup the DNS of Namecheap in my old DNS provider (OVH - take 30 minutes)
And create the new entry in the Namecheap setup (CNAME and ALIAS)
Go back to Bubble. Delete, refresh, add. That’s it !
The advanced formula for DNS Pro in mailchimp is like 15$ per year to protect your domain better, but seems great with the free plan.
On Bubble I have :
with domain name :
www.domain.fr (because on this thread it was mentionned to use format www.domain.fr rather than domain.fr)
on my DNS Zone (OVH provider) I entered CNAME www
On bubble I still have this error message :
Does anyone have an idea?
Did you manage to resolve this? Getting the same issue currently. Works on Chrome but Safari “can’t find the server”
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