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Pointing Your Domain With Register.com

Quick Answer

Edit your “@” record under “Advanced Technical Settings” in the Domains and Associated Services area; point it to 107.20.136.32 and save; log into your site, then click “More” and select “URL / Custom Tracking Code“; enter the domain in the Top Level Domain field, select “Redirect Subdomain to Top Level Domain” and save.

Detailed Answer

You can easily connect your own domain to your site, and here are the steps for how to do this if you’ve registered your domain through Register.com (note: the following instructions assume you’ve already registered your domain through Register.com, and be aware that it can take up to 48 hours for the domain to propagate fully).

1. Login to your Register.com Account & Access Your Domain

Login, and enter your User Name and password, and click “Log In”. Under “Domains and Associated Services” click the domain name you’d like to point to your site.

2. Go To Your Advanced Technical Settings

Scroll down, and under “Advanced Technical Settings” click “Edit IP Address (A Record)”.

Edit register.com A record

Edit register.com A record

3. Point Your Domain to our IP Address

There should be at least two records in the table – “*” and “@”. Select “Delete” next to the current “@” record, and then on the empty row add a new “@” record and enter our 107.20.136.32 IP address in the “points to” field as depicted below, and click “Continue”. You’ll be taken to a final confirmation screen after this, and you can again click “Continue” as long as you entered the new IP address correctly as show below.

Configure the IP address in Register.com's settings

Second Part

Click here to learn the final steps of pointing your Domain. These last actions are performed inside our platform.

Or go to the list of providers, if Register.com is not your Registrar.

Additional Information

You can contact Register.com support if you need assistance doing this.

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