If you have added your custom domain per instructions in this article, and you still can't publish a page strait from DragDropr to your root domain ( e.g. yourdomain.com), you probably have a conflict with your DNS host and CNAME records.
The conflict appears because:
When the user adds a CNAME to their DNS record, the name of the CNAME actually links to the sub-domain on 'userdomain.com'
If the name of CNAME record is 'dnd', like in this help document, it will point the sub-domain 'dnd.userdomain.com' to the DragDropr hosting srvice
You cannot set a CNAME record to a root domain (e.g.,
example.com) because that would break RFC 1034 section 3.6.2, which states:
"If a CNAME RR is present at a node, no other data should be present; this ensures that the data for a canonical name and its aliases cannot be different."
Furthermore, we can not set a "naked" CNAME e.g. yourdomain.com.
The CNAME always needs to be in a sub-domain format (e.g. example.yourdomain.com)
Conflict usually happens when you try to set CNAME to your root domain e.g. yourdomin.com which is not possible, or when you try to set "naked" CNAME to your sub-domain.
1. Add "www" sub-domain. E.g. www.yourdomain.com
2. Add/Change CNAME record for your "www.yourdomain.com" sub-domain to URL you got from DD when you added the domain.
It is on one of these dialogs, depending whether you want to publish a single page or a whole website.
In your DNS provider settings you need to change the A record:
It should point to should point to 188.8.131.52, which is the DragDroppr hosting service IP