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How do I point my GoDaddy domain to my server?

Last updated on September 25, 2022 @ 5:05 pm

When setting up your GoDaddy domain, it is important to point your domain to your server. To do this, open your GoDaddy account and log in. On the top right corner of the screen, click the Domains link. On the Domains page, click the domain you wish to point to your server. On the Server Details page, click the DNS tab. In the Server Type section, select the type of server you are using (IIS, Apache, etc.

PRO TIP: If you are pointing your GoDaddy domain to your server, be sure to use the correct DNS settings. Incorrect DNS settings can result in your website being inaccessible.

). In the Server IP Address section, enter the IP address of your server. In the Server Port section, enter the port your server is using (80 or 443). In the Default Document Root section, enter the path to your server’s document root. Click the Save Changes button.

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Drew Clemente

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