Changing Your Domain's Nameserver

Change nameservers for my domain

Nameservers are your primary DNS controller, and without the correct nameserver settings, your website won't work correctly. 
Here are a few domain registrars and their instructions on changing the domain's nameserver. Not all domain registrars are listed below so you'll want to consult with your domain registrar's knowledge base or documentation on changing the domain's nameserver to a custom name server.
The custom nameserver that you want to change to is (remove any other previous nameservers):

Once completed, please follow the instructions and let our team know via email so we can continue setting up your site.

If you are having troubles changing your nameserver yourself, please contact us via email at

Changing your GoDaddy domain's nameserver:

Your domain must be registered with GoDaddy in your account to edit nameservers. If you're going to change your nameservers to another company, you need to have those available before beginning.
  1. Log in to your GoDaddy Domain Control Center.
  2. Select your domain to access the Domain Settings page.
  3. Under Additional Settings, select Manage DNS.
  4. In the Nameservers section, select Change.
  5. Choose the option: Enter my own nameservers (advanced): and enter:

6. Select Save or Connect.

7. Check the box next to Yes, I consent to update Nameservers for the selected domain(s).

Changing your NameCheap domain's nameserver:

To change the nameservers for your domain, you will need to do the following:

1. Sign in to your Namecheap account.

2. Select Domain List from the left sidebar and click the Manage button next to your domain:

3. Find the Nameservers section and select your preferred option from the drop-down menu. Click on the green checkmark to save the changes:

4. Select Custom DNS

5. Go ahead and enter the two nameservers (do not follow the image name servers) instead enter:

Changing your BlueHost domain's nameserver:

Once you have logged into your Bluehost account:

  1. Click the Domains tab from the side navigation menu to the left.
  2. Next to the domain name you wish to update, click the ▼ icon next to Manage, then choose DNS from the drop-down menu that appears..
  3. Select the DNS tab. 
  4. In the Name Servers section, click the Edit button.
  5. For Setup Type, select the Custom Nameservers toggle, and enter the nameservers for your account.

  6.  Go ahead and enter the two nameservers (do not follow the image name servers) instead enter:
  7. Click the Save button to save changes when finished.
You have now successfully pointed your nameservers.

Changing your DreamHost domain's nameserver:

One of the main pages you will be accessing for the management of your domains hosting is Manage Domains:

Under the domain name you wish to edit, click the  DNS link.
The following page appears

Please delete the nameservers as we will replace with new values.

For Nameserver1 and Nameserver 2, replace with these values:

Click the Set these nameservers for! button to save your changes.

Changing your HostGator domain's nameserver:

The domain was purchased from HostGator

This outline shows how to change a domain's name servers registered to Enom and/or Launchpad.

  1. Go to the Customer Portal.
  2. You will be asked for your billing email address and password to access any domains attached to that billing account.
    1. If you are unsure of your password, click the Forgot your password link below the log in fields.
  3. Once logged in, click on Domains on the left-hand menu.

4. Locate the domain you wish to update the name servers.

5. Click the More button to display the Domain Overview section, where you can see more options.

6. Click on the Change link under the Name Servers.

7. Enter the nameservers for your account.

    9. Save these changes.

    You have now successfully pointed your nameservers.

Changing your GoogleDomain domain's nameserver:

  1. On your computer, sign in to Google Domains.
  2. Select the name of your domain.
  3. In the top left, click Menu Menu = > DNS.
  4. Under “Name servers,” select Use custom name servers.
  5. In the "Name server" field, enter the 2 custom name servers.
  6. Click Save.
  7. Set up new resource records with your DNS provider.  

You have now successfully pointed your nameservers.