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What are services
Services are DNS snippets ready for you to use. Applying a service creates all the DNS configuration needed to serve your webpage or configure your email.
We currently support more than 30 services!
Here they are in alphabetical order:
- Amazon Web Services
- GitHub Pages
- Google Apps
- Rackspace email
- Tender support
- URL forwarding
- Windows Azure
The service directory is open-source. Learn how to propose or contribute new services.
Adding a service
To add a service, simply navigate to your domain, and on the services sidebar, select “DNS”. Then scroll down to locate the One Click Services section, and select “Add”.
Then choose the service that you want to add.
To remove a service, simply navigate to your domain, and on the services sidebar, select “DNS”. Then scroll down to locate the One Click Services section, and select “Manage”.
Find the service from the list of “Applied one-click services” that you want to remove and select “Remove”.
Contributing a new service
Services are defined in an open-source repository on GitHub. This project may be forked and updated by you to add a new service. Once you have added the files required for your service, issue a pull request so we can review it and deploy it.
Please visit https://github.com/dnsimple/dnsimple-services for full instructions.