If you have hosted pages in Klaviyo for a content management system (CMS) — a software used to create, modify, and manage digital content (e.g., WordPress), then you will have the option to update your content management settings in the domain tab of your account settings. In this article, you will learn how to update your content management settings.
Update Content Management Settings
First, navigate to the account dropdown in the upper right-hand corner of your account and select Account.
Then, select Settings > Domains.
Here you can also set up a dedicated sending domain. Head to Setting Up a Dedicated Sending Domain to learn more.
If you have hosted pages enabled for your account, you will see the option to update your content management settings at the bottom of this page. This section will allow you to make use of your own domain as a dedicated CMS domain.
First, pick a hostname (a subdomain + your domain) and add a CNAME record for it to your domain name service (DNS). For example, if you own a company called The Book Exchanger, the chosen hostname here might be: pages.bookexchanger.com, where pages is an arbitrary choice as the subdomain. This hostname will serve as an alias for the yourbusiness.myklpages.com domain provided within the Content Management Settings section of your account.
The CNAME record will look like:
In the box under Content Management Settings, ensure that this value reads: [a subdomain].[your domain name].
When you confirm that this information accurately reflects your subdomain and wish to proceed, select Update Content Management Settings to save this information in your account.