1. The Settings Panel

    In the Settings Panel you can purchase or transfer a domain name, add your logo and favicon, link social media accounts and more.

  1. Name Your Site

    Once you've created your SimplyBuilt account, start building your website by naming and describing it. This will get your website into search results from Google and other search engines.

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  2. Buy a New Domain

    With just a few easy clicks you can register a domain to your SimplyBuilt site. Please note that you will need an active subscription to do so.

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  1. Add Google Analytics to
    Your Website

    Add Google Analytics to your SimplyBuilt site to collect detailed information about website traffic, sources, visitors and more.


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  2. Using a Domain You Bought Somewhere Else

    To have your SimplyBuilt site display on a custom domain that you already own, you must make a change on the host where you purchased the domain.

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  1. Transferring a Domain

    This informative article is for people who have purchased a domain using another web service.

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  2. Using a Subdomain

    Right off the bat, you’ll have a “subdomain” of simplybuilt.com for your site’s address. This is free and you can change it at anytime.

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  1. Set Your Site Favicon

    A favicon is the small icon displayed next to the website name in a visitor’s web browser or bookmark.

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  2. One Click Domain Setup via DNSimple

    Set up a custom domain for your SimplyBuilt website in one click
    via DNSimple.

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  1. Advanced Domain Settings

    Learn how to gain access to independently manage your domain.



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  2. Getting your free website for your open source project on GitHub

    Your open source project gets you a free subscription to SimplyBuilt!

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  1. Add Social Icons

    Adding Social Icons to your header and footer is a great way to consolidate your online presence.

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  2. Page Sharing

    With just a click or a tap, your site's visitors will be able to share your pages on Facebook, Twitter, and more.

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