Yeah, that is not ideal, as many providers don’t allow it, and there are SSL issues.
I understand that we have dynamic IP addresses, so can’t A record in.
But the CNAME should get the IP of the target at the time. Although there are issues with CNAME from the root.
Cloudflare can deal with the SSL and the root CNAME.
And it does work, but Bubble then complains. Can we have something in a TXT DNS that allows us to point at the right bubble domain ?
At the moment we have had to create another domain that framesets the bubble site in, and then people can CNAME into that.
@neerja @emmanuel @josh - I don’t often plead, but this is really a showstopper at the moment. Any other workarounds that we might be able to use ?