Here we get to show you how to point your domain that you have at Go Daddy to your hosting at AIOP All In One Profits. You can also watch the video below. The first thing you need to do is request your hosting account from AIOP so you can receive your hosting. To learn how to do this watch this video here:
After you request your hosting you will receive an email from AIOP support with your login information to what is known as your cPanel Back office. (cPanel stands for control Panel) In this email, you will also receive two codes known as your DNS or NS code. What this stands for is, Domain Name Servers or just Name Severs.
You will use this code to point your domain from where you may have bought it to your AIOP Hosting account. This would be done no matter where you bought your domain from. in this post and tutorial, we are using Go Daddy, Fair enough?
DNS, NS-Name Servers Replacement!
What you are going to want to do is open up two windows on your computer. One you will have the email you received that have your NS-NameServer codes in. The other will be to your Go Daddy Account.
Log into your Go Daddy. After you log-in you will see your account name, being your name or the account you named it as. Look to see where it reads Domains, then scroll across to where it reads Manage. Click on Mange!
You will then be taken to an area that will show you all your domains you may have at Go Daddy. You may be asked to select the domain you want to work with. I am not sure because I have just one domain sitting at Go Daddy. (Watch my tutorial below.) Let’s continue, scroll over to the upper right-hand corner where you will see something that looks like a Gear. Click on that! A box will open. Then scroll down to where it reads Manage DNS. Click on that! This will take you to another page. Wait for it to load. After it loads, look over to the Top Left Corner to where it reads Settings! Then click on that!
You will then see the two name Servers ID’s that are there given to you by Go Daddy. You are going to need to change them out to the ones given to you by AIOP. You do this by Clicking on where it reads Manage just underneath the two nameserver codes. This will open in a separate box! You will see where it reads Setup Type: You will see Standard and Custom. Go ahead and Check off Custom! You will then see in the box where it reads Enter Custom Nameservers in blue! Click on that! In my tutorial video, I did hover over Add Nameservers, however, I did not click on that as you would have seen if you watched the video. I was still reading and don’t want to confuse you. So, after clicking on where it reads Enter Custom Nameservers, a new box will open that will read, Add Nameservers. You will then see the area for you to put your two AIOP nameserver codes from your email that you had received from AIOP.
From Your Email to Go Daddy!
Now go back into your email you received from AIOP. You should still have this open in another window to make it easier and faster for you to get to it. Go to the ns1 nameserver. Left click your mouse and hold it down. Scroll over the ns1 nameserver and pan from left to right highlighting over it. Then let go of the left click. Make sure it is sill highlighted. Then right click, and Click on Copy! The na1 nameserver should now be in your mouse to transfer to Go Daddy.
Go back to Go Daddy and left click in the first box area. Then right click and hit Paste! This should drop your ns1 nameserver in that box. Repeat these step for your second ns2 nameserver. After repeating these steps, you can then click on Add Nameservers in that Go Daddy Box! Then the click OK! Wait for it to validate! It may take a few moments to do this. Then Click Save! If, by chance, you have an issue as I did in this video, just do as I did. Close those boxes and repeat the proses. You may what to watch the video below before doing anything else. This way you get to see first hand before moving your nameservers. Fair enough? The Tutorial video is only eleven and a half minutes.
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