Friday, February 1, 2013

Parking a Domain Name at Godaddy

This post explains how to park your domain name at GoDaddy.
A Parked Domain Name means that visitors see a temporary web page when they enter your domain name in a web browser. You can park your domain name to indicate you are reserving it until you create your website, find a hosting provider, or sell the domain name to a third party.

STEP 1 :- Go to At the top of the screen enter your Username/Customer# and Password and click Log In.
Parking domain name at GoDaddy-login

STEP 2 :- After logging in, click the My Account button on the top left.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Change Nameservers at GoDaddy

A nameserver is similar to a telephone switchboard. It holds the information that tells the Internet where to find your web site and where to deliver your email. Name servers look something like this: 
ns1.example.com.

This post explains how to change your name server settings using GoDaddy. If your domain is registered at godaddy.com, you can change the nameservers to point to your web hosting account.

STEP 1 :-  Go to  At the top of the screen enter your Username/Customer# and Password and click Log In.
Change Nameservers at GoDaddy-login

STEP 2 :- After logging in, click the My Account button on the top left.
Change Nameservers at GoDaddy-My Account

Thursday, December 6, 2012

How to restore a website backup in cPanel

From previous post, I was explained, How to backup a website in cPanel. This post will give you a step by step guide on how to restore a website backup in cPanel.
Just follow the steps below:-
  1. Login into your cPanel with the username and password
  2. Click on Backups icon How to restore a website backup in cPanel
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