We support hosting your docs on custom domains, so you have fresh and beautiful docs on your own subdomains (e.g:
Project domains are what you will want to use most of the time, especially if you only have a single project.
To setup a project domain, simply go to your project's settings and navigate to the
A small startup with a single documentation project can setup the domain
A larger startup with a help center and an API documentation can setup a domain for each project:
Organization domains are useful for larger organizations, that have multiple projects that they want to host on a single domain (with a subfolder per project).
For example if I set my organization domain to be
docs.example.com, all your public projects will be available under
To setup an organization domain, go to your organization's settings:
A large tech startup with multiple separate SDKs would setup a single org domain called
docs.devtools.com. The different projects will be accessible as folders:
In short CNAME to
If you are a v1 user, you may have been used to using
www.gitbooks.io , that only works for legacy.gitbook.com and will not work for new users.
Not all domains are supported. Apex domains, for example, cannot be used. See the table below:
Custom domain type