12 Jun How to change DNS settings to host a Namecheap domain at Hostgator
Blackmailed by #hostgator & Sitelock – I have used #hostgator for at least 15 years & was a reseller for many years. When I started my current job I convinced my company to move all of it’s hosting to #hostgator because my past experiences were so good. We have 2 #hostgator accounts now. One has many small domains on it. We have never had any problems until recently. Several months ago, I began getting emails to the smaller account only telling me that our web sites were compromised and we should buy Sitelock because if something happens to our sites, they will shut them down. I ignored them. It got to a point where we got several emails a day, and then phone calls. We asked it to stop, it didn’t. I sent a complaint to #hostgator customer support and went back and forth with them. 24 hours later, all the sites were infected with Malware. They’ve blocked access to the sites so I cannot remove it. But I CAN pay Sitelock to remove it. We’ll just lose 12 different web sites and start fresh elsewhere. Kuldeep, Delhi
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Go to Namecheap and log in.
Click on your account name, and click ‘Manage
Click on the the domain name that you want to
change the DNS for.
Click ‘Transfer DNS to Webhost’.
Make sure ‘Specify Custom DNS Servers ( Your
own DNS Servers )’ is selected.
Go to your (Hostgator) cPanel, and scroll down
to find your name server addresses.
These are the addresses we need to enter at
Namecheap. Copy the address.
Go back to namecheap and add your first and
second name server.
Click ‘Save Changes’.
NOTE: it can take a while for the DNS settings
to actually change. For me, with Namecheap,
this seems to happen almost instantly.