This is a feature of Paid Plans.
You can display your status page on your own domain thanks to the Custom Domains feature:
You can either specify a custom domain when creating a new status page as in the screenshot above, or add a custom domain to an existing status page via the status page settings.
Note that only subdomains are supported at the moment.
In other words:
https://status.yourdomain.com is supported,
https://yourdomainstatus.com is not supported.
Login to your DNS registrar (such as AWS Route 53, Cloudflare, etc)
Go to your domain's DNS settings
Assuming you've added
https://status.yourdomain.comas a custom domain in OnlineOrNot, add the following record:
Name Target TTL
Voilà! You can now link your customers to your status page at
When on a trial, you'll be able to add custom domains to your status page.
When your trial ends, if your account isn't upgraded to a paid account, OnlineOrNot will stop serving your status page to your custom domain.