By default, your Lessonly instance will sit on a Lessonly subdomain (e.g., companyname.lessonly.com). However, you can change your website address to a subdomain of your own website, such as training.companyname.com.
Changing from a Lessonly subdomain to your own subdomain takes two short steps:
Point your training subdomain to Lessonly
The first step is to point your training subdomain to Lessonly (note: if you haven’t yet created a training subdomain on your website, talk to your website administrator to have that done).
Locate the CNAME records for your domain within your domain registrar’s control panel.
A CNAME record, or Canonical Name record, is a type of alias used by the Domain Name System (DNS). Among other things, a CNAME record can be used to make a subdomain an alias of an external website.
If you already have a CNAME record for your subdomain, look for an option to edit the record. If you don’t have a CNAME record for your subdomain yet, look for an option to add a new record.
Point the CNAME record from your subdomain to your [Lessonly subdomain] custom.lessonly.com. For example, if your subdomain is forage.lessonly.com, then point the CNAME to forage.custom.lessonly.com.
Your specific provider may have slightly different naming conventions for certain things, but in general the above steps should get you what you need. These changes may take some time to set before they reflect in your live environment, so, if you don’t see instant changes, don’t panic.
In order to secure your domain we will provide a certificate signing request and then you will need to provide Lessonly with an SSL certificate for your specific custom domain (please no wildcard certs!) valid for at least one year. You can have the certificate created at your Certificate Authority of choice. You will then need to share this SSL certificate with firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow for 10-12 business days for us to finalize your new custom domain.
Important Note - The Skills App does support custom domains.