how to set up a web domain to a Free Hosting

how to set up a web domain to a Free Hosting

 

how to set up a web domain to a Free Hosting

 


how to set up a web domain to a Free Hosting|| Domain setup for begenner most essential who facing how to domain setup in any hosting provider.

Before setup domain in hosting server we should know how many ways to setup domain in hsting company.

There has many option like domain transfer ,domain parked, domain redirect etc

The easy way to setup is change domain by using name server exchange or replace from hosting company .

How to Connect a Domain to a Hosting server

 We would give some example hosting provider like  namecheap . you may get similar option what your hosting company use.



If You have a hosting plan with Namecheap. Follow bellow


To connect a domain to a Namecheap hosting plan that you purchased , First need to point the domain to our Web Hosting DNS nameservers. It can be easily done in your Namecheap account in the following way:

1) Sign into your Namecheap account

 

 



 2) Select Domain List from the left sidebar then go the Manage button next to your domain in the list:

 

 

 

 


2. You have a hosting plan elsewhere from thirdparty


To connect a domain to a third-party server or hosting plan via nameservers that you received from your hosting provider, Go to set these nameservers as Custom for your domain. 
Do following way:

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Go Domain List from the left sidebar and click  Manage button next to your domain in the list. Find the Nameservers section and select Custom DNS from the drop-down menu: 



 Enter your hosting nameservers one by one in each line (if you need to set more than 2 nameservers, press the Add nameserver red button). When the nameservers are entered, click green checkmark to save changes: 

 

 

After 24-48 hours for your domain to propagate after the nameservers update to be resolving properly all over the world.

 

Note: Some hosting providers  provide you with nameservers with IP addresses for them. Entering nameservers would be enough.