How do I point my domain at your servers?

You need to associate your domain name (internet address/URL) with our servers so that your new website can be accessed with your domain name. This requires logging into your “registrar” and pointing the “DNS” to our hosting account’s “name server”. This might sound intimidating but it’s actually really easy.

If you’re using NameCheap.com as your registrar you can follow the instruction here. If you’re using a different registrar, search their knowledge base for “DNS to NameServer” or chat with their support people.

Tip: If you’re using your domain to host email accounts (ex. myname@countylp.org), those email accounts will stop working when you change your nameserver.

Point your nameservers to:

NS1: dns1.namecheaphosting.com

NS2: dns2.namecheaphosting.com

Let us know when you’ve finished pointing your nameservers so we know you’re ready to move forward with a site.

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