Are you tired of your old website platform and want to make the switch to Squarespace? We’ve got you covered! In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the steps to transfer your domain name to Squarespace. Say goodbye to the headaches and confusion that come with transferring domains and say hello to a seamless transition. Whether you’re a novice or an expert in website building, our guide will simplify the process so that anyone can do it. Get ready to take your website design game up a notch with Squarespace!

How to Transfer Domain from One Registrar to Another

If you’re not happy with your current domain registrar, or if you’re moving your website to Squarespace from another platform, you can transfer your domain to Squarespace. Here’s how:

1. Log in to your account at your current registrar.
2. Find the domain that you want to transfer and unlock it. You’ll need to contact your registrar for help with this step if you’re not sure how to do it.
3. Get an authorization code from your current registrar. This is also sometimes called a transfer secret or EPP code.
4. Go to Squarespace and log in to your account (or create a new one).
5. Click domains in the left panel, then click Transfer Domain at the top of the page.
6. Enter the domain you’d like to transfer and click Continue. 7 On the next page, check I have an authorization code and enter the code in the box provided, then click Verify Authorization Code. 8 If everything looks good, click Confirm Transfer & Billing Info to complete the process. We’ll send you an email when the transfer is complete!

How to Connect Domain to Squarespace

If you have a domain registered with another provider and you’d like to use it with your Squarespace site, you can connect it to your site by following these steps:

1. Log in to your account at the other provider.
2. Locate the DNS (Domain Name System) settings for your domain. This is usually in a section labeled Domain Management, Domain Settings, or something similar.
3. Add the following four A records to your DNS settings:

@ 3400 IN A
@ 3400 IN A
@ 3400 IN A
@ 3400 IN A

4. Wait 24-48 hours for the changes to propagate, then log in to your Squarespace account and go to Domains > Connection & Setup > Connect an Existing Domain > Advanced Settings > Use Custom Nameservers, and enter the nameservers from your registrar exactly as they appear in your registrar’s control panel (e.g., Click Save, and then click Continue to Site Manager on the next page to finish connecting your domain.”

How to Set Up Email Forwarding for Your Domain

If you own a domain name, you can set up email forwarding to send messages sent to your domain name to another email address. This is useful if you want to use your domain name for professional email but don’t want to set up a full-fledged email account with that domain.

To set up email forwarding for your domain, you’ll need to log in to your account with the company where you registered your domain name. Once you’re logged in, look for the Email Forwarding or Email Aliases section. (The exact location of this section will vary depending on the registrar.)

In the Email Forwarding section, you’ll need to add a new forwarder. Enter in the left box and the email address where you want messages sent in the right box. Then click Add or Save.

Now, whenever someone sends an email to, it will be forwarded to the email address you specified.

How to Monitor Your Domain’s DNS Settings

Domain Name System, or DNS, is a network protocol used to translate human-readable domain names (like into numerical IP addresses that computers can understand (like When you register a domain name, you must configure its DNS settings so that visitors can find your website.

If you’re transferring your domain name to Squarespace, we automatically update its DNS settings for you. However, if you’re keeping your domain registered with another provider, you’ll need to update your DNS settings yourself. This article will show you how to do that.

To check your domain’s current DNS settings, you can use a tool like Dig or Whois. Just enter your domain name into the tool and it will show you all of the DNS records for that domain. These records include things like the address of the website’s server (known as an A record), as well as any email servers associated with the domain (known as MX records).

Once you have a list of your current DNS records, you’ll need to add some new ones in order to point your domain to Squarespace. The specific records you’ll need will depend on which features you want to use with your Squarespace site. For most sites, we recommend adding four A records and two CNAME records:

• An A record for @ pointing to
• An A record for * pointing to 75.

How to Troubleshoot Domain Connection Issues

If you’re having trouble connecting your domain to Squarespace, there are a few things you can try.

First, make sure that your domain is registered with a registrar that supports DNS record changes. If your registrar doesn’t support DNS record changes, you’ll need to transfer your domain to a registrar that does.

Once you’ve verified that your registrar supports DNS record changes, check to see if the DNS settings for your domain are set up correctly. The DNS settings for your domain should be pointing to Squarespace’s servers. You can find instructions on how to do this here:

If you’re still having trouble connecting your domain after following these steps, please contact our support team and we’ll be happy to help!


Transferring your domain to Squarespace is a great way to make the most of its powerful features. With step-by-step guidance, you can easily transfer your domain to Squarespace from any other provider. Not only does this give you access to advanced website building tools and analytics, but it also allows for greater control over your online presence. Plus, with integrated customer support portals, seamlessly updating information on all of your domains has never been easier. Make sure to check out our helpful guide for more details about how to transfer domain registration today!

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