How to set up White Label on the hosting

You have two way to create White Label: setup on the subdomain or on the primary domain. 

Pay attention: after you set up White Label on the hosting you should create it in the personal account.

Settings of White Label on the subdomain

For third-level domains (for example avia.your_site_name.com):

Create the CNAME record for the domain in the DNS settings on your hosting. The CNAME record should look like: "avia.your_sitename.com IN CNAME whitelabel.travelpayouts.com." (avia - it's just example, you can use your own domain name).

Important: The CNAME should be an entry in domain DNS-settings; you don't need to create a subdomain for White Label on your hosting.

Examples of creating CNAME record in different control panels you can find here

There must be a period (up to 72 hours) after you created CNAME in domain settings. 

Settings of White Label on the primary domain

For second-level domains (for example, your_site_name.com):

Set up a 301 redirect of the domain your_domain.com to www.your_site_name.com. You can do it with help of hosting panel (don't forget about redirect from https) or use htaccess file.

To do this in the root directory of your site you must create the file ".htaccess" with the following content (if the file already exists, simply add this entry to it):

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^[^.]+\.[^.]+$ RewriteCond %{HTTPS}s ^on(s)| RewriteRule ^ http%1://www.%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301]

Then set up forwarding from www.your_site_name.com to whitelabel.travelpayouts.com. Create CNAME record in the DNS settings of your hositng. The CNAME record should look like: "www.your_site_name.com IN CNAME whitelabel.travelpayouts.com.".

Examples of creating CNAME record in different control panels you can find here.

There must be a period (up to 72 hours) after you created CNAME in domain settings.

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