How To Point Your NameCheap Domain Name To Your HostGator Hosting Plan | V5

How To Point Your NameCheap Domain Name To Your HostGator Hosting Plan | V5


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In this video: pointing your domain nameservers (DNS) to your host, adding a second domain as an Addon Domain, and redirecting one domain to another.

►How do you get the Domain Name to Point to your Hosting Account so that visitors can find your website?
►What if you purchased more than one domain name and you want to have another domain name added to the same hosting plan? and
►How can you set up a domain name to automatically redirect to another domain?

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(Jump to specific parts of this video):
1:52 Log into NameCheap
2:09 How to download your own Web Presence Password Tracker – for free
3:12 Where to find your DNS nameservers
5:47 Adding a second domain name to your hosting plan: Addon Domain
9:10 Redirecting one domain name to another domain name: Redirection
13:12 Verifying that your domain name properly points to your hosting
14:18 Verifying if your redirection works properly
14:37 Summary

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19 thoughts on “How To Point Your NameCheap Domain Name To Your HostGator Hosting Plan | V5

  1. I'm curious❓❓Would it be of benefit to you if I created a "cheat sheet" that outlined the steps you need to take to point your domain name to your hosting account, that you can PRINT OFF and have beside you when you complete that step? Or maybe even a blog post?
    I'm thinking that makes sense?? If you think so, just leave a comment and let me know. If I get enough comments in favor of it, I will get to work on putting that together for you.
    Kevin

  2. thank you so much , your tutorial is a big help to..
    just one question while im typing my domain and copy paste it to my note pad,, it doesent says http or https
    my browser is down loading some thing or showing this messages

    file:///C:/Users/User/AppData/Local/Temp/9yRER8f1
    Apache Server at http://www.coolwebname.world Port 80

    what does it mean? thanks again Tru Lift Digital Marketing

  3. WORST HOSTING EVER!!!!! Host Gator knocked both my websites poordonkey.com and bluepillsheep.com offline without warning because of CPU usage.

    I needed to wipe our my poordonkey.com website, Stopped Google Adsense and needed to stop Google from crawling the site… ALMOST FIVE DAYS LATER and the site is still not up and all I get from the help desk is "I apologize our best admins are working on it."

    I even upgraded the site a few months back because in order to do anything I had to wait 5 minutes for the screen to change. I smoke cigarettes outside my house. I literally had to hit the Publish" button then go out an have a cigarette, and come back and STILL wait for the draft to be published.

    USE A DIFFERENT WEB HOSTING company. I won't say which because it'll make this review look like an ad, just don't use Host Gator

  4. WORST HOSTING EVER!!!!! Host Gator knocked both my websites poordonkey.com and bluepillsheep.com offline without warning because of CPU usage.

    I needed to wipe our my poordonkey.com website, Stopped Google Adsense and needed to stop Google from crawling the site… ALMOST FIVE DAYS LATER and the site is still not up and all I get from the help desk is "I apologize our best admins are working on it."

    I even upgraded the site a few months back because in order to do anything I had to wait 5 minutes for the screen to change. I smoke cigarettes outside my house. I literally had to hit the Publish" button then go out an have a cigarette, and come back and STILL wait for the draft to be published.

    USE A DIFFERENT WEB HOSTING company. I won't say which because it'll make this review look like an ad, just don't use Host Gator

  5. In the recently published "Guide To The Best WordPress Tools"…CopyBlogger just recommended NameCheap as the "Best Place To Buy Your Domain".
    They went on to say, "Trust and reliability are important factors when choosing a place to host your domain and DNS, and Namecheap has both in spades. They’ve been around since 2000, and they have as solid a reputation as any provider out there."

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