Setting up a CNAME with 1and1 for your PhotoShelter Photography Website


Setting up a CNAME with your domain registar allows you to mask the domain from your customized website. Depending on your registrar, the process of creating a CNAME can range from simple to excruciating.

PhotoShelter user Bruno Vincent struggled with creating a CNAME through his UK-based provider 1and1, but finally got it all working. He wrote a fantastic tutorial, which is bound to save 1and1 users a lot of time and angst.

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Allen Murabayashi is the co-founder of PhotoShelter.

There are 3 comments for this article
  1. warthpublishinginc at 6:44 pm

    Great info on Photoshelter. Photoshelter may listen but in my opinion 1and1 internet does not listen. They keep charging my canceeled account. Take my advise and stay away from 1and1.

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