How do I connect my domain to Mopro?

How do I connect my domain to Mopro?

We're happy to do this for you! The easiest way is for you to give us the username and password to your account with your domain provider. If you'd rather not give us your credentials, you can call your provider and give them this A-record and CNAME.

A-record for the root/apex domain: 

Primary: 34.214.187.134
Secondary: 52.36.170.215


CNAME for www host record: domainname.com, example: mopro.com 

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