If you’re hosting your WordPress site with Bluehost, you can use the Bluehost nameservers to point to the computer where your site lives.
The Bluehost nameservers are:
The process for correctly setting up the name servers depends on whether you registered your domain with Bluehost or with a third party registrar (GoDaddy, Domain.com, Hostgator, etc).
Nameserver Setup For A Bluehost Domain
If you have a Bluehost domain (you registered your domain directly with Bluehost), you can make the required changes in your control panel.
- Log in to your Bluehost control panel. You can access your control panel directly from the homepage or from your Bluehost webmail login
- Select “Domains” from the top list
- Select the specific domain you’d like to edit. When you select the domain, new options will appear along the right hand side of the screen
- From those new options, choose “Nameservers”
- Enter your name server information and save it
Here’s a Video Walkthrough:
Nameserver Setup for a Non-Bluehost Domain
If you don’t have a Bluehost domain, you’ll need to follow the specific instructions for your particular registrar. This is usually pretty easy. Bluehost maintains a list of registrar-specific instructions to help.
Here’s a set of quick links explaining how to change name server information at some popular registrars:
The Bluehost support page maintains a page of instructions for other registrars, which is linked, below.
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