Using a custom domain
If you don’t want to use the default subdomain provided by Hiveage for invoices and estimates you send, you can easily replace it with your own custom URL. Instead of directing clients to http://yoursubdomain.hiveage.com, you can just send them to http://billing.example.com. Read on to see how you can get started right away!
Important: SSL is not available for custom domains at the moment, and users will be taken to the Hiveage domain when they try to make payments to your invoices. In the future we hope to support SSL on custom domains by adding SNI (Wikipedia: Server Name Indication)
Step 1: Configure your domain
To add a new CNAME Record for your domain, use the DNS panel of your domain registrar.
There, enter the subdomain you wish to use as the Name. For example, if you want to use billing.example.com then enter ‘billing’ as the name.
Then enter your current Hiveage subdomain (i.e. example.hiveage.com.) as the corresponding Value to your CNAME (some DNS interfaces may label it as Host Name, Fully-Qualified Domain or Data).
Step 2: Configure Hiveage
1. In your Hiveage account, open Settings > System Preferences