- Common Causes of Domain Connection Problems
- How to Modify a Domain Name's DNS Records
- How To Forward Your Domain To A URL
- Connecting a Domain Name to a Web Host
- Changing Your Nameservers
- Creating an A Record or Static IP Address
- Creating a Subdomain
- Creating MX records to Connect to Your Email Host
- How to Create a CNAME Record
- Creating an SRV Record
- Creating a AAAA Record
- How to set up a TXT record on a domain name
FAQ: Changing Your Nameservers
If your webhosting service has given you nameserver records to connect your domain to your webhosting package, you can easily assign them to your domain name in your account. To change your domain name's nameservers, just log in and follow these steps:
- Click on the DNS button to the right of the domain you wish to edit.
- Under Set Nameservers, select the Use Other Nameservers option.
- Enter each nameserver address in one of the provided fields.
- Click Save.
Don't worry if you don't have enough nameserver records to fill every field--you can leave any extra ones blank. Please allow for up to 24 hours for your domain to begin resolving to the new nameserver records.