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
I agree - this is a fabulous tool! However, I think I'm missing something. I use GoDaddy as well for my domain, but the only way I've been able to integrate the item onto my page is within an iframe, which means I can't insert any SEO. Maybe this is an integration with Wordpress pages problem.
Allow posts to be able to integrate into blank page templates better. Ability for it to operate within various CMS for better user experience and SEO. Possible ability to connect pages to a domain rather than an adobe ID.
All of the other website design sites, i.e., weekly, mix, godaddy, let users either add a domain host or buy one through the website they're using. Spark should look into this also. It would make linking all information easier.
My personal domain works great with Sparks. I use GoDaddy for domain and it transfers straight to my Spark page under my domain address
Anita Davies commented
Yes, I agree totally. One of my contacts uses Adobe Spark to help him market a luxury upmarket service. It would help him create a more professional impression if he were allowed to use a custom URL rather than the default.
If the URL can be changed to reflect the name of the user/organisation instead of the aewful default URL, Adobe Page will be a powerful sub-domain for many organisations.
I I can almost guarantee that the Page users will skyrocket.
You can do it if you use e.g. a muse plugin:
It works with no problems
Peter Allen commented
Basic feature that would make a lot of people happy.
Yes! This way I can use www.mydomain.com/myspark-pages as the URL that I provide people and these would point to my Spark pages.
Yes, Yes !!!! please do it ;-)