12 Jun How to point your domain name from NameCheap to HostGator (Web Prep 3 of 5)
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***Video 3 of the Web Preparation series***
Now that you have purchased a domain name and a hosting account, you must point your domain name from NameCheap to HostGator in order to gain control of your website and also to configure it in control panel. Otherwise, you’ll risk having your domain name “parked” by your registrar company with content that is not yours.