Add made pages to your own website / domain
Adobe Spark is really easy to use.
This is why it would be incredible if we would be able to turn pages into websites from your own domain.
Basically, so I can use it instead of making a page in Dreamweaver or Muse.
We are not planning on adding this feature to Spark Page. We do offer the ability to embed your Page, which you can access when you click “Share.”
Laura Wittig, Spark Page Product Manager
Ashish Yadav commented
Hello, i think many people need this feature. Do you have any update of this one?
Louis Barclay commented
Hi everyone! I've written an article about putting your Adobe Spark page at your own custom domain:
Hope it helps you out! We now have 10+ customers using Cloakist to move their Adobe Spark page to a custom domain. Here's an example:
Like @lauren said I'm also a Paying Costumer, at least make the Embedded Option a True embed one, instead of giving me a Card Item to click to see the Page.
Tarek Hembert commented
Concerning the possibility to share and embed a Spark page as an iframe: I do think that on the SEO point of view it's really something to avoid, not for duplicate content or impacting negatively your website score but that in the best case, your website will never be credited for something you wrote yourself... quite unacceptable "workaround" imo. Correct me if I'm wrong. I would be happy to hear other users feedback on this too.
Dom Moreci commented
I abandoned hope for this feature so on the advice of another user, I started using carrd.co
I highly recommend it. Very inexpensive, super super easy (and fun) to use, will do custom URLs or will map to an existing domain... www.carrd.co
Linda Fazili commented
I agree with @Lauren completely!
The people have ask for custom web addresses or at least another registered domain name instead of random generated spark addresses with random letters and numbers. I am a paying customer, so why can't this be granted for premium customers?
It would attract way more buyers you would think.
It has now seemed obvious to me that Adobe doesn't care too much to keep it's paying customers happy. 356 users voted for this feature and many have asked politely, yet it was declined without reason. Given the alternative suggested, embedding doesn't reflect the url address, which you would think they already have investigated that before suggesting it. People use and pay for Adobe Spark because we like it. Redirecting us elsewhere doesn't seem professional when it can simply be given through the platform we like.
So what's the reason Adobe? Laura Witting, Product Manager.. Why is this declined? This has been asked for many years. Give the paying customers at least a reason, don't you think?
Just to register that I would love to have the option to either create custom web address or use another reigtsered domain name instead of random generated spark address
When embedding a page, it doesn't appear that the buttons come through.
Gustavo RPS commented
Investigated since March 2018 now we have april 2019 so many users would point their own Domain or export to html without this options Spark is nearly useless.
jeremy Higham commented
Hi Spark Page Product Manager
We've created the title page for a Spark Web Page but the text has offset itself to the right. How do we recenter it please?
Dan, my view precisely. Use the right tool for the job. Why would Adobe want to let people use their own url anyway? At the moment the link / url is good advertising for them, gives other people an easy way to find out how to make their own.
I've said it here before and I'll say it again - if you want a free website builder then use Wordpress for goodness sake! It ALREADY has all the options people want, is free, and is not that hard to use. Why waste time asking for more features in Spark when Adobe are renowned for not doing what their clients want? Beats me.
You do all realize that Adobe Spark (Page) is not a website design tool? That would be Dreamweaver. I too was disappointed that I couldn’t add these pages to my own domain, and I posted here about it. However, when I was told that it wasn’t an option I found a way around it. I linked the spark page (with it’s Adobe url) to a button on a page on our domain. That’s it. None of our users care about the url; they want the content. As far as they know (and these are design professionals) they’re still in the same environment.
And while we’re at it, (begin rant) one of you said something like, “the only thing Spark is good for is slapping things together”. Well, yeah. The entire Spark family is designed for quick social posts and micro sites. You wouldn’t use Spark Page instead of Photoshop, right? Or Spark Video instead of PPro? If your doing serious web design take the time to learn the right tools. And keep asking for the features to be added to the tool with the easy buttons. But ask politely. (End of rant).
Laura Wittig: When I try to access this page you recommended with "alternative approaches to exporting your Page or hosting it on your own domain", it says 'You're not authorized to access this page". Please provide a link that all of us can access. Thank you!
Again, I want to express that I'm extremely disappointed that Adobe is not supporting its users with this product that they developed.
Adam Snetiker commented
Has this been resolved? I noticed it was from a year ago and I'd like to be able to use my HTML in other places, specifically as an email newsletter since that's the "page" type I created. Please let me know if you see this.
Here is additional information on alternative approaches to exporting your Page or hosting it on your own domain. While we won't be supporting this right now, you can use things like 301 redirects to point to a Spark page using a domain:
Really dissapointed about this; the value add of the product is significantly reduced for me. I hope this happens soon. Had I known I couldn’t use with my domain I would never have invested in the product. The problem with assuming what seems like the obvious. Totally my fault.
Disappointed in an understatement!!! This is by far my favorite platform to design pages on.
Laura Wittig: Thanks for getting back to us. I am disappointed to hear that Adobe is not providing the ability to export to HTML or use a custom domain. As you can see, there's a lot of user interest in this functionality from your customers. As others in this forum have said, customers would be willing to pay for this feature. It's a nice product otherwise, but I guess we'll be looking elsewhere to create our website next time.