Custom Portal Domain

You can customize the web address on your Career Portal and replace the breezy.hr URL. Find out how to set up a custom domain with Breezy.

With a custom domain, you can use your company’s own web address for your Breezy Career Portal, instead of the default breezy.hr web address.

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Custom Portal Domains are only available on paid plans and do not have SSL enforced on the URL. If you're interested in Breezy-supported SSL, contact our sales team about a Pro plan.

Your custom domain will be a subdomain, such as careers.company.com.

For example, ACME Corp’s default Career Portal URL is acme.breezy.hr, but their web address is www.acme.com. Using the subdomain careers, their custom career portal domain will be careers.acme.com.

1. Find your career portal URL

First, you’ll need to know the default URL for your careers page. You can find that in your Careers Site settings, or right on the main menu. Just click the gear icon ⚙️ in the left sidebar and look for your company’s name.

2. Create a CNAME in your website’s DNS

You’ll need access to the backend of your website from your web hosting provider. Access your site’s settings and create a CNAME in your website’s DNS. Contact your hosting provider if you need help finding these settings in your account.

  • Enter the URL you want to use for your careers page in the Host section.
  • Enter the current URL for your careers page in the Points To section.

Remember our ACME example? Their info would look like this:

  • Host: careers.acme.com
  • Points To: acme.breezy.hr

3. Let us know you’re ready!

Once you’ve created the CNAME in your DNS, send us an email at [email protected].

In your message, tell us the custom domain you're creating (the full URL) and ask us to attach the subdomain to your career portal.

Updated 2 months ago



Custom Portal Domain


You can customize the web address on your Career Portal and replace the breezy.hr URL. Find out how to set up a custom domain with Breezy.

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