I’m ready to go live with my gatsby front-end.
My url is hooshmand.net, it’s a Ghost 3.7 running on a DO droplet. Gatsby is on Github and deployed to Netlify.
Right now the CNAME in my DNS provider goes to a subdomain (beta.hooshmand.net). The theme is a mix of my own code + someone professional who could do some of the graphql piping (whew).
To migrate so my Gatsby-generated site is retrieved at hooshmand.net I know i have to change
- Netlify’s domain setting - switch from beta.hooshmand.net to hooshmand.net
- DNS settings (in Cloudflare for me) - turn off the * and www entry for hooshmand.net, and change the CNAME from beta. to the base website
- Ghost: set the site to private
Problem with this is - how will I then access my /admin to update posts?
What’s the cleanest way? Is it to change my ghost config url to something like admin.*?
I’d rather image URLs stay the same, because of SEO, that’s all.