You can change which service your domain uses for its website and email by managing its DNS records (also known as zone file records). How you access your DNS records depends on where your domain is registered. Use the table below to find the scenario that's applicable to your situation and follow those instructions.
If your domain is registered at another company and you're not using Off-Site DNS to manage your records, you'll need to contact that other company for instructions on how to manage your DNS records.
|If your domain is||Follow these instructions...|
|Registered with GoWebsite and using GoWebsite nameservers||See the Working with DNS records table below|
|Hosted with GoWebsite but not registered with GoWebsite||Manage DNS for your hosting account|
|Using Off-Site DNS||Manage Off-site DNS|
Click on the link for the type of record you would like to add, change, or delete:
|Type of Record||What it's for||Add, Change or Delete|
|A Record||Connects an IP Address to a host name||Add; Change; Delete|
|CNAME Record||Allows more than one DNS name for a host||Add; Change; Delete|
|MX Record||Ensures email is delivered to the right location||Add; Change; Delete|
|NS Record||Contains the nameserver info||Add; Change; Delete|
|TXT Record||Provides additional info about a host or more technical info to servers||Add; Change; Delete|
|SRV Record||Finds computers that host specific services||Add; Change; Delete|
|AAAA Record||Provides IP addresses that do not fit a standard A Record format||Add; Change; Delete|
Any DNS changes you make can take up to 48 hours to reflect on the Internet.