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Add online ordering to your existing website
Add online ordering to your existing website
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Written by Ryan L
Updated over a week ago

If you have an existing branded website and want to implement Rushable's white-labeled ordering solution, you can do that by setting up a subdomain.

For example, your existing website domain is myrestauarant.com, your URL for the ordering page could be order.myrestaurant.com


Step 1: Setup custom subdomain in your Rushable Dashboard

In your Rushable Dashboard, navigate to Brand - Domain Setting - New domain. Add your subdomain and click on "Make Primary". Let's use "order.myrestaurant.com" as an example:

Step 2: Add the homepage URL of your existing website

The system needs to know what the existing homepage URL is. You can input it by scrolling down on the same page, see example:

Step 3: Create a custom A record in your domain DNS

  • Go to your DNS provider's website (e.g. GoDaddy, NameCheap, etc).

  • Login to your account and find the domain of your website (e.g. myrestaurant.com).

  • Look for the DNS setting and create an A record for the custom domain you want to use (e.g. "order.myrestaurant.com" or just word "order" depending on the DNS provider's setting rule).

  • Point it to Rushable's IP: 3.20.252.139

Step 4: Add the call-to-action button on your existing website

On your existing website, add call-to-action button or link to guide visitors to your ordering page, using wording like "Order Now", "Online Order", etc. Suggested placements are:

  • A button on the homepage splash section

  • A link in the top navigation menu

See this example:


Above are the step by step instruction on how to setup the white-labeled ordering page to your existing website. If you ever feel these directions are too technical, our team members are always on stand-by to provide you with all the support you need. Just get in touch with us at 855-979-8860 or support@rushable.io

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