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Hi @Morten77

That's your built-in Squarespace domain that is automatically created for you when you start your account with Squarespace. 

This will show when you are logged in and editing. If you have added a custom domain, which you have, this is what will be indexed by Google. 

You can change your Site ID if you like:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Settings, and then click Domains.
  2. Under Built-In Domain, click the domain.
  3. Enter a new Site ID. This becomes the first part of your built-in domain before the .squarespace.com.
  4. Click Rename. If this Site ID is taken, you'll see an error message.

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21 hours ago, MaryPhilip_ said:

Hi @Morten77

That's your built-in Squarespace domain that is automatically created for you when you start your account with Squarespace. 

This will show when you are logged in and editing. If you have added a custom domain, which you have, this is what will be indexed by Google. 

You can change your Site ID if you like:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Settings, and then click Domains.
  2. Under Built-In Domain, click the domain.
  3. Enter a new Site ID. This becomes the first part of your built-in domain before the .squarespace.com.
  4. Click Rename. If this Site ID is taken, you'll see an error message.

Hi thanks. Iv take a look on it

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