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When you want to make things easier and keep your website and domain statement in one single bankroll, the best option is to transfer your domain to Weebly. When you want to keep your domain and website accounting separated, it is a good option to refer the A-Records to Weebly. First, you need to modify your website location on the Settings page of the Weebly-Editor.
Store your changes to obtain the IP addresses to which you need to refer your domain. When you have this information, you can go to your domain hosting and change the A-entries. We suggest that if you are not familiar with domain name data sets, you ask your Registrator or Hosts to do this for you.
We even wrote an e-mail form that you can use if you're not sure what to ask (don't forgive changing the IP to the one you got before and changing "mydomain.com" to your real domain name!): Now I have created a website with Weebly and want to use mydomain.com there.
A-Records for " www " and my domain have to be changed to 188.8.131.52. Please be aware that I would like to proceed with the administration and renewal of my domain name here. Neither do I request a domain registration nor do I want to modify the domain name servers. Have a look at our tutorials for some of the most beloved domain hosts:
They can also be followed the following prompts - these are fundamental tasks that should work with most arbitrary domain hosts. Of course, the first stage is to login to your domain hosting accounts and go to the Domain Administration page. This page's name may vary from site to site, so it might be better to post the suggested e-mail above if you have problems locating the right place.
If you specify a domain here for use with your website, there are three important information with which you will work: You can choose other kinds of data sets (for example, a CNAME record), but in this case you should use A-entries. It is possible that a data file with a different IP is already established on your website.
In this case, all you need to do is modify the IP addresses and store the changes. Previously, if you published your website on a free Weebly.com sub-domain, this will now be forwarded to your domain name as well.