How to setup your own (sub)domain as White Label URL

This tutorial will guide you through how to setup a Reseller Account.

These are the technical steps to setup the White Label. Please note that this is not an automated process.
  1. Go to our Pricing List Page and buy/upgrade a reseller plan. Remember you can save money by registering for more years! Follow this link:
  2.  Once you own a reseller plan, login to your account and create your first QR Code Campaign. Click the "Add Campaign" orange button. Specify a name, a description and the domain or subdomain you will use for this campaign (common choices are QRS.YOURDOMAIN.COM, QRCODES.YOURDOMAIN.COM or MOBILE.YOURDOMAIN.COM or create one of your own).

    The campaign name will be part of the final URL of all created QR Codes. For example if you create a Campaign called “ILoveUqrMe”, all QR Codes inside this Campaign will point to an address like:
  3. Now you have to setup your subdomain/domain.

    Create a CNAME record within your DNS provider's administration panel, and configure it to point to

    This should look something like this:       CNAME

    If you're unsure how to setup your CNAME, please consult your webhosting company or domain name provider. As the setup varies greatly from host to host, it's impossible for us to provide these instructions.

    DNS propagation can take up to 24 hours, however if you set-up correctly your DNS entries 1st time, they should be available within an hour.

    Below are links to some hosting and domain name registrars that you might be using.

    Configure DNS
    Configure DNS using CPanel
    Configure DNS using Plesk Panel 9
    Configure DNS using Plesk Panel 10

    Instructions on how to configure DNS using Enom

    Instructions on how to configure DNS using TuCows

    Instructions on how to configure DNS using OVH

    Instructions on how to configure DNS using cPanel on BlueHost

    Instructions on how to configure custom DNS on DreamHost

    Instructions on how to edit your DNS configuration on Hover

NOTE: Any changes you make to DNS can immediately affect your client’s ability to reach your resources. We cannot take any responsibility for any changes you make to DNS, so please be very careful. If you have any questions, please contact our support team (

When in doubt, contact your DNS registrar or web hosting service’s technical support department. All information in this document complies with the DNS standards, but some registrars and web hosting providers handle things differently.

Last Updated: Jan 14, 2016 11:20AM UTC
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