Associated Domains

Understanding how Projects associate with domains

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When you first create a Project it's automatically associated with the domain of the site you're viewing. This allows us to automatically recognize the project and let you make edits when you launch the Editor on this site.

The domain of your project needs to match the page you're viewing for the Editor to recognize it. Please note that subdomains are treated as separate domains to allow you to create separate campaigns specifically for that subdomain. For that reason page addresses that begin with www. will be treated as a separate domain.

You can easily migrate the Project, for example from a staging to a production site. For that you can reassign its associated domain in the Project settings. Look for associated domain under the Project name. Once reassigned you will be able to launch the Editor on the new domain and edit the project.

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