Announcement : Custom domain name

Custom domain name

How do I use a custom domain on my repository ?

To start, only subscribed users are allowed to link a custom domain name.
Choose a registrar, or use tools such as or Domainr to find and buy a domain name. (The cost of a custom domain name usually varies between 10$ and 30$ per year.)
Create or edit a DNS record. Point record CNAME to
Your registrar should tell you how to configure the appropriate CNAME record.
Go to YouRepo now:
Click "Repository settings" in the repository menu at the top of your dashboard.
Enter your domain (eg or your subdomain (eg, then click on "Save".
If some problems has detected, try to resolve them and "Save" again.

Do I have to change the server names for my domain?

No, that's fine.

How do I know if my domain is configured correctly?

When you reconfigure your domain, you will have to wait up to 72 hours before the changes take place. When you visit your subdomain or domain and your YouRepo repository appears correctly, it means your domain is correctly pointing to YouRepo.
If you see a YouRepo error page, your domain is pointing to YouRepo correctly, but your repository has not yet been configured. You should probably deal with it.

What happens if someone tries to visit my YouRepo web address?

It will be automatically redirected to your new custom domain.

What should I do if I have trouble configuring a custom domain?

You can ask for help on this thread.
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Please describe your problem as much as possible and don't hesitate to send personal details via DM.

 This post has been edited by @Relisiuol at .

I'm getting a ssl error that is preventing me from adding my repo to Cydia...

"The certificate is only valid for the following names: *️,"

Error fixed, thanks for your feedback.



is there a way to get more of a detailed feedback on why I can't add my custom domain besides "DNS error". I've added quite a few DNS's, so I know what I am doing, yet I keep getting this error.
Hello, I have fixed this error but lemme know if it works for you.

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