Publish a Website

You can register new domains through Sitejet or you can point existing domains to Sitejet.

Registering domains through Sitejet

To register a domain through Sitejet, add a domain to the website you want to publish and click on Register.

Before you actually register the domain, make sure that the customer data is correct. This data will be transmitted to the domain registry and this is also the owner of the domain.

Sitejet Domain Pricing

TLD USD/yr
EUR/yr
.biz
18.53
16.12
.ch
9.34
8.13
.com
8.99 11.97
.de
7.82 6.80
.eu
9.21 8.01
.info
19.03 16.56
.net
15.29 13.30
.org
14.81 12.89
.at
15.83 13.78
.it
12.53 10.90
.fr
13.25 11.53
.co
42.34 36.84
.io 55.91 48.64

Point existing domains to Sitejet

If you already have a domain that you want to publish your website onto, you also need to add that domain to the list (see above). But instead of registering the domain, please set the following DNS settings for the existing domain. Please keep in mind that changes to the DNS can take up to 24 hours to take effect across the internet.

Name Type
Value
@ (or blank) A
88.198.22.168
www A
88.198.22.168

For redundancy you can also add records pointing to a redundant server:

Name Type
Value
@ (or blank) A
136.243.5.208
www A
136.243.5.208

To enable e-mail services through Sitejet, please also add the following DNS settings:

MX mx1.sitejet.io
MX mx2.sitejet.io
TXT v=spf mx -all

Common mistakes

  • Missing A record for www. Please make sure that you set A records for both names, your-website.com and www.your-website.com
  • Existing AAAA records. Remove these if you are still seeing the old website on some devices
  • Do not put the full domain name (e.g. www.your-website.com) into the Name field. If your domain is your-website.com, you need to write @, www or nothing into the Name field

Secure a website domain with a SSL certificate

Just mark the checkbox "SSL" on any domain to automatically obtain and install a SSL certificate, so the website will be served through a secure HTTPS connection.

Note: Issuing a new certificate can take a few hours. Until successful certification, the website will still be served through a regular HTTP connection.

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