You may want to replace 20i's white label temporary URL (stackstaging.com) with your own custom temporary URL. To add a custom staging URL you'll need to have a registered domain name within your 20i account. You can either register a new one or transfer-in an existing domain.
Please note: the domain name cannot be associated with an existing hosting package, so you may want to register a new domain solely for the purpose of customising the temporary URL.
To add your custom temporary URL:
Being able to add a unique custom temporary URL to each hosting package type allows you differentiate between a WordPress temporary URL and a Linux temporary URL.
For example, you could have the temporary URLs: MyBusinessWordPressStaging.com and MyBusinessLinuxStaging.com
However, you may want to keep things simple and use one custom temporary URL for all hosting packages - that's up to you!
Note: There are various Google TLD's that will force HTTPS in the near future which can't be used as temporary URL's:
Google’s 45 TLDs: .gle .prod .docs .cal .soy .how .chrome .ads .mov .youtube .channel .nexus .goog .boo .dad .drive .hangout .new .eat .app .moto .ing .meme .here .zip .guge .car .foo .day .dev .play .gmail .fly .gbiz .rsvp .android .map .page .google .dclk .search .prof .phd .esq .みんな .谷歌 .グーグル
Currently only .app and .dev have obligatory HTTPS deployment, but others other will follow in the future.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you need to have the domain name you want to use resitered within 20i in order to have a custom temporary URL, you can either register a new one, use an existing one or transfer one in from another host.
Using a domain for temporary URL requires DNS updates so may take a few hours to become fully stable.