Staging domain
This will be the URL where you publish projects for testing purposes without going live on an actual domain. The staging domain is not indexed and can not be found by search engines.

Claim staging URL

The first time you open the Publishing modal, it will ask you to claim a staging URL which will be the domain all the users on your account will test their projects to.
Note: This can’t be changed later, so make sure to choose a name that is relevant to your business. E.g your company or team name. Contact support if you really need to change it.
From the editor;
  1. 1.
    Click the Publishing Button to open the Publishing modal.
  2. 2.
    The first time you enter the Publishing modal it will prompt you to fill in the staging URL, which will automatically end with
  3. 3.
    Click save my space to confirm and claim your URL.
The staging domain will now be listed in your Publishing modal.

Publish to your staging domain

From the editor;
  1. 1.
    Click the Publishing to open the Publishing ModalF
  2. 2.
    Locate your staging domain, ending with
  3. 3.
    Click the Publish button next to the staging domain. Please allow a few seconds for the project to be published.
  4. 4.
    The URL will be active, and you can now click to open the site in a new tab.

Status badge

On the staging domain, you are able to publish all pages of a project regardless of page status.
The page status is located at the lower right corner
  • A badge in the lower right corner on the published page to inform page status
    • In Progress
    • Needs Review
    • On Hold
  • When a page is marked as Ready, there is no badge
Note: If pages are not marked as Ready, they will not be published to your custom domains or destinations. This is only on the staging domain.
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