Now a custom domain can be added to the Gumlet source. This allows serving images from your own domain
images.example.com rather than a Gumlet subdomain
This guide assumes that you have already created a Gumlet source. If you are setting up the Gumlet for the first time, please follow this guide to create an image source.
Once a source is created, please follow these steps to add a custom domain:
Go to the "Custom Domain" section on the edit source page.
- Enter your desired domain in the "Custom Domains" section.
- Click Add custom domain
Create the following CNAME record to start using your custom domain. Please replace
images.example.com with your own domain. If your gumlet source is
example.gumlet.io then add the following CNAME record.
images.example.com CNAME example.gumlet.io
If you are adding DNS record with CloudFlare, make sure that proxy status is "bypass", it will not work with "proxied".
Once you add CNAME record, click on verify button. If everything is correct, your custom domain will successfully be created.
That's it! Your custom domain will be live with a valid SSL certificate in few minutes. Open your custom domain in a new tab to validate the setup.
The site may appear slow when you switch to the new domain. It would take a few minutes to build up the cache. Images will be super fast after a few page loads.
All paid plans (Pro, Appsumo, Business & Enterprise) support custom domain. Each custom domain costs $5 / month extra. Check your plan details on the billing panel to see if you have any free custom domains.
Updated 7 months ago