Adding a Subdomain

A subdomain is, technically speaking, a DNS record for a hostname that belongs to your domain. In other words, to add a subdomain you simply need to use our DNS record editor and create the DNS record corresponding to the subdomain.

To add a subdomain
  1. Log into DNSimple with your user credentials.
  2. If you have more than one account, select the relevant one.
  3. On the header, click the tab.
  4. Locate the relevant domain and click on the name to access the domain page.
  5. Click on the tab and scroll to the record card (or quickly jump to the DNS records for that domain by clicking the button in the top right).

    Access DNS records

  6. From there, click the drop-down button, and select the type of record you wish to create. A, ALIAS, and CNAME records will all create a new subdomain.

    Custom Records

    That will take you the advanced editor and you may add the records for the subdomain there.

  7. To add a subdomain, just fill in the subdomain in the Name field. For example, www would be the subdomain

    Add Record