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Changing Name Servers

Changing Name Servers (or DNS – Domain Name Servers) may sound complicated at first but let me reassure you it really is not. It’s a very simple procedure that you may, or may not, have to do – depending on where you bought your domain name and hosting account. DNS is merely a link between the two – one has to know where the other is for your website to be seen online. And it only takes minutes to do!

Ok if you’re ready – let’s begin!

  • A domain name is bought from a company called a Registrar.
  • A Hosting account is bought from a hosting company.
  • You must have both – and can buy both from the same company or from different companies, depending on your preference which is usually down to cost.
  • Either way is perfectly ok!

This is what happens when someone types in your domain name

  • The Registrar needs to know where to locate your website – where to send your visitor to.
  • Therefore they need to know where the Hosting company is located.
  • If you have bought both from the same company – then you don’t need to change your Name Servers because your Registrar already knows where your hosting is.
  • If, however, you have bought them from different companies – then you do have to change your Name Servers.
  • This links one to the other. If you don’t make the link all you will see is an error message.
  • But please don’t worry – it really is very easy to do.

Now to change the Name Servers

  • Go to your Registrar, where you bought your domain name, e.g. GoDaddy.
  • Log into your account.
  • Go to Domain Manager (Note: this may vary depending on which registrar you signed up with – but it will say something similar like Domains or Manage My Domain).
  • The next screen shows all the domain names you have bought – or you may just have one at the moment.
  • Now find the domain name that you want to change the Name Servers on and click on it.
  • Do that now!
  • Don’t worry too much about the information that shows up on this page – what we’re interested in here are the icons along the top – the one that says Nameservers.
  • Click on Nameservers.
  • You are now on the Set Nameservers page. Well done!
  • Note Nameservers 1 and 2 are already filled in. Delete both now!
  • All you have to do now is copy and paste in the Nameservers given to you by your Hosting company.
  • And now you’re thinking – was I given Nameservers by my Hosting company!

You were indeed! But please don’t feel overwhelmed – we’re actually almost done!Let’s continue

  • Now – you need to locate the email that your Hosting company sent when you signed up. This email is very important – keep it safe! Find that email now!
  • In this email you will see a heading something like Nameservers or Your Name Servers.
  • You will see 2 nameservers listed in this email.
  • Now copy and paste each nameserver into the Nameserver boxes 1 and 2 (copy them exactly as they are, ensuring you don’t leave any of it out). Excellent!
  • Now click on the OK button. It will probably take a few minutes for the changes to take place. Be patient!
  • You have now told your Registrar where your Hosting company is so they know where to find your website.
  • Just a quick reminder – you only need to change Nameservers when you buy your domain name from one company and you buy your hosting account from another.
  • If you’ve bought both from the same company you don’t need to do anything.

And Viola! You’re all done!

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