Custom Domain Name of my own choice for free

I have created a free sub-domain first, and now I wanna create a custom domain name of my choice. But, when I tried to create a free custom domain name, it shows " Your domain is not yet pointing to our nameservers and Please change your nameservers at your domain name provider and wait a few hours for the changes to take effect." I checked my DNS/Name servers using control panel , they are set to these two servers already. So, how to fix it.
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You’ve omitted an important detail here; the custom domain’s URL. Could you please share it?
Also, are you receiving this error you’re mentioning on the control panel or the client area? Can you share a screenshot?

This screenshot simply mentions the nameservers you should set your custom domain to; it doesn’t verify that they are, indeed, set to it.
What you’re looking for is the client area’s domain checker:


What is the domain?
DNS propagation takes time.
You can wait 5 hours then try again


We don’t provide free custom domain names, nor we provide paid custom domains. You have to register one somewhere else before using it.

As @ChrisPAR said, this simply says what nameservers you should use.


The screenshot doesn’t show any error, rather it is simply taken from control panel(account settings).
Regarding the custom domain’s URL, I have tried multiple ones, but there was not any successful creation, like I have tried “”.
The error is received when I tried to create custom domain is

attached now.

So, what is the solution, please explain in detail.

You’ll have to register the domain from an ICANN-validated domain registrar, like NameSilo, Namecheap, Porkbun, you name it, as domains need to be registered before the nameservers can be pointed. Only subdomains on our platform are ready to use without changing any nameserver at all, but for domains it’s a different story. Oh, and since you want one for free, I suggest using or PP.UA as they’re great alternatives to Freenom in these days where Freenom is having legal problems.


Do you own a custom domain in the first place?


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