When you create a site on Pyro, each site receives a unique Pyro sub-domain
(e.g. https://abcd.pyro.app). Pyro also lets you use your own domain name if you wish. The instruction for setting up
your own domain name is covered in this page. Please note that in order to use your own domain name, you must have access to your
domain name registrar's control panel (e.g. GoDaddy or NameCheap).
In your Pyro admin panel, click on Domain under the settings, which will bring up the
page as shown below and add your domain name in the text field. Make sure you add only the domain name without
http://, https:// or trailing characters. Note that Pyro
will automatically enable HTTPS for your custom domain name.
Type in your domain name and click Save and you will see a pop-up message on the right giving you a quick
instruction on how to add a CNAME entry to your domain settings (shown below).
To add a CNAME, please login to your domain registrar's control panel and go to the DNS settings page
of your domain and add a CNAME. Below is a screenshot of DNS settings page in GoDaddy.
Once you've completed the above step, it could take several hours before the change takes its effect.