You will need to purchase your custom domain from a third-party provider and then configure your DNS settings so that your domain points to your QuickBooks Commerce B2B Platform.
Here are the most common third-party domain providers. If you do not see instructions for your provider, you can follow this setup guide. If you can still configure your DNS settings, you can check with your third-party domain provider.
I have problems pointing the domain to QuickBooks Commerce; help!
If you have not configured your DNS settings on your third-party domain provider or ran into problems doing so, please contact your third-party domain provider for support. If you have configured the DNS settings successfully but are facing problems displaying the custom domain on QuickBooks Commerce, we are here to help you.
What to tell your third-party provider
Don’t worry, and your third-party domain provider is familiar with managing and configuring DNS settings. When you reach out to their support team, you can tell them:
1. You want to configure the CNAME record such that the custom domain points to your B2B platform (yourstorename.gogeckossl.com).
2. You want to add a TXT record to QuickBooks Commerce’s verification purposes to the custom domain. The Host/Name and Value/Points can be found on your QuickBooks Commerce page when you set up your custom domain for your B2B platform.