Your BoothBook account is set up and found on a subdomain using your own top level domain e.g. booking.yourbusiness.com or one we have provided eg. yourbusiness.s1.boothbook.com
To use your BoothBook on your domain, you'll need to create a Subdomain and an A Record for your website address by editing its DNS settings in your domain hosting account (where you bought your URL).
What is a Subdomain, DNS and A Record?
Subdomain: Your memorable web address for the booking side of your website eg. booking.yourbusiness.com
DNS: Domain Name Servers (DNS) are the Internet's equivalent of a phone book. They maintain a directory of domain names and translate them to Internet Protocol (IP) addresses.
A Record: An Address record (A Record) is a DNS record that can be used to point the Subdomain for your BoothBook at our IP address which is where we keep your BoothBook system.
Create a Subdomain and an A Record
If you are stuck with this, it is likely easier for you to contact your registrar (the company who provided your domain), however we can help, Live Chat with us here.