LoadForge requires that you add and verify hosts before you can run tests against them. This is to prevent users from running tests against websites or services that they do not own.
The process is very quick, and requires a simple meta tag or a well as a file in your applications public directory.
The meta tag we use is called "loadforge-site-verification" and it needs to be placed in the header of your website or application. For APIs this is often not appropriate, and the File method is recommended.
The final meta tag looks like this (with your code):
<meta name="loadforge-site-verification" content="8ee17273640295c9b40ae854f510a82d29824e91cc8167b0cce2c52115c689ee69adea136664386ef3bb81c787ea12dfb1010e420df7d51d66b6d4514f281864" />
Once this file is returned with our string we provide you the test will pass.
The file must contain your code as seen above in tthe meta tag example. The code for the meta tag and the file is always the same.
You may also verify your ownership with a DNS TXT record called "loadforge-site-verification". It must exist under your host you are trying to validate. For example, "loadforge-site-verification.loadforge.com" and must have your account validation key as the value.
We use the same tag for your account, regardless of host. So you can always use the meta tag or the file we provide on any applications of yours.
Should you need to validate your domain manually you can contact us on the site or send an email to email@example.com. You will be required to prove ownership.