Terminal also has the ability to handle DNS management to allow for more advanced domain and deployment features
You can choose a custom domain to deploy your website or use a procedurally generated domain name.
Adding a Domain
Go to your team’s domain page and select
Add or register domain Enter the domain you would like to add
* From here you will either have to confirm that you already own this domain or you will have to register a new domain
Terminal offers HTTPS on all sites using the SSL protocol Terminal automatically manages certificate creation and renewal. Your certificate will include all your domain names when it's issued, but note that the DNS also needs to be configured in advance for each alias for us to include them on your certificate.
Domain name (or domain for short): full name used to access a site. For example, yoursitename.Terminal.com or www.yourcustomdomain.com Apex domain (also known as a root, bare, or naked domain): the yourcustomdomain.com part in www.yourcustomdomain.com.
- Subdomain: a domain that is part of a larger domain; the only domain that is not also a subdomain is the apex domain. For example, www.yourcustomdomain.com and app.yourcustomdomain.com are subdomains of yourcustomdomain.com.
- Terminal subdomain: Terminal term for the default domain with the form [name-of-your-site].Terminal.co given to each site.
- Custom domain: a non-Terminal domain assigned to a site.
- Primary domain: Terminal term for the main custom domain assigned to a site.
- Domain alias: Terminal term for additional custom domains assigned to a site.
- Domain registrar (or domain registration service): company that lets you register a domain name.
- DNS provider: company that maintains the DNS servers that translate a domain name to a destination.
- Terminal DNS: Terminal's managed DNS service.
- Nameserver (or DNS server): specialized server that translates domain names into IP addresses.
- DNS zone: provides information about one or more domain names. Each zone contains a list of DNS records with mappings between domain names and IP addresses.