Custom domains for your Storybook

Connect your published Storybook to a custom domain

Dominic Nguyen
β€” @domyen

Components are made to be shared.

Chromatic publishes Storybook to a shared workspace for your team each time you push code. That makes components discoverable across branches and commits.

I’m thrilled to share our custom domain support. This gives you a memorable URL (e.g., to share with teammates that's always up to date with the latest published Storybook on a given branch.

Setup a custom domain

Before we begin, you’ll need access to your domain registrar.

Go to your project’s manage page and find the Permalink section. Click to add a custom domain.

In a separate tab, go to the DNS management interface provided by your domain registrar or web hosting provider. Find the section where you can add DNS records.

Add a CNAME record for the subdomain you would like to use, such as, then enter as the value.

Back in Chromatic, enter the full domain name you’d like to use and choose a target branch. The domain will link to the most recent build on that branch.

Read the docs for custom domains Β»

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