Custom Portal Domain

Want to create a custom domain to replace the breezy.hr URL on your Career Portal? Here's how!

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Premium Feature

Custom Portal Domain's are only available on a paid Breezy plan. Custom portals do not have SSL enforced on the URL. If interested in Breezy supported SSL contact one of our sales reps about a Pro plan.

Let's set up your Breezy Career Portal with your company's own domain instead of the breezy.hr web address. This gets a little technical, so you might want to loop in your company's webmasters to get it done.

Here's the step-by-step:

1. Creating a CNAME in your website's DNS

You'll need to have access to the backend of your website (ex, GoDaddy) to manage this.

You'll also need to know the URL to your Breezy career portal. Find the URL by clicking the setting gear βš™οΈ on your Breezy sidebar then copy the URL under your company name.

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Example Use Case

We'll use ACME Corp. company with the Career Portal URL acme.breezy.hr as our example, with the custom domain we want to move to as careers.acme.com

With your CNAME, add the URL you want to use in the Host section, then add the current URL for your Breezy career portal in the Points To section.

*For Our Example

Host: careers.acme.com

Points To: acme.breezy.hr

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SubDomain

Your final custom domain needs to be a subdomain for your new custom Career Portal URL to work. For our example, careers is the subdomain before the actual domain, and we need to attach that to your new URL.

Once you or your webmaster has created the CNAME in your DNS, you'll need to contact us at [email protected]

Tell us about the custom domain you're trying to create, and request that we attach the subdomain.

Make sure to provide the new URL you created with your request!

Updated 5 months ago



Custom Portal Domain


Want to create a custom domain to replace the breezy.hr URL on your Career Portal? Here's how!

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