Category: Settings- Smart Funnels

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Map your domain with Smart Funnels

There are two options that you can choose from when mapping your domain with Smart Funnels.   #1. Pointing your domain nameservers over to Smart Funnels #2. A bit more advanced but that is adding a couple of CNAME and TXT records to your domain.   The steps needed to complete the mapping are the fo

How to troubleshoot cache issues in Smart Funnels

  If you noticed that the published funnel is not the same as inside the builder most likely it is a caching issue. Additional note: You can also use a different browser to test it out! We have 3 ways of fixing this issue. #1 Do a hard refresh on your browser. #2 Open it in incognito mode. #3 Clear

Kyvio Warp Engine using HTTP/2 Push-Technology

At Kyvio, our dream is to provide the best software solutions for entrepreneurs to grow their businesses online. However, we admit that it wasn't a small task for developers to make the web pages faster and more stable as it is today. The internet is a prominent place, and there are many places to l

Options For Hosting Your Funnels In Smart Funnels

Hey, Smart Funnels offers multiple options to host your funnels also this does not require your own hosting service. Amazing? Let's check it out-  

Using Option 2 CNAME in Smart Funnels with Namecheap DNS

Please note: for Namecheap users, if the format you're using for the SSL configuration starts with "_acme-challenge.www.yourdomain.com" you can instead just use "_acme-challenge.www" as your DNS provider is adding the root domain to the record automatically.

Using Option 2 CNAME in Smart Funnels with Namecheap FREE DNS

Please note: for Namecheap users, if the format you're using for the SSL configuration starts with "_acme-challenge.www.yourdomain.com" you can instead just use "_acme-challenge.www" as your DNS provider is adding the root domain to the record automatically.

Using Option 2 CNAME in Smart Funnels with GoDaddy DNS

  Please note: for GoDaddy users, if the format you're using for the SSL configuration starts with  "_acme-challenge.www.yourdomain.com" you can instead just use "_acme-challenge.www" as your DNS provider is adding the root domain for you automatically.