Domain Verification

To enable all tools in a third-party such as Facebook Business Manager, you may need to upload an HTML file which can then be used for Domain Verification. In Slate, you can do this by adding the file to your Files under Database.

  1. Select Database on the top navigation bar
  2. Select Files.
  3. Click Upload File.
  4. Place the file in the root directory by giving the file a path of /filename.html. The third party dictates the file name.
  5. Visibility must be set to public.
  6. Click Save

The file should be immediately available for access and verification by a third party.

Other Verification Options

  • Meta tag in your branding at the homepage. Slate does not offer a home page. Instead, any traffic to that homepage location is redirected based on your Homepage Redirect configuration key. As a result, it is not possible to use the meta tag approach to verify your domain.
  • DNS Records; while Slate requires your IT team to publish a CNAME record for your Slate hostname to route all traffic to Technolutions, they may be able to publish additional DNS entries which will allow verification. It is important that these records not interfere with the existing CNAME entry. If it does, you will want to pursue the HTML file option detailed above.
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