Post by Joao023 » Sun Jan 06, 2013 6:17 am

Hello,

I'm still creating my store, and since I created a store that I can not get the domain I registered.

Domain: http://www.newfashionpeople.com/ (ara does not enter)

I can only enter the store as well: http://ringtail.arvixe.com/~handy21/

Does anyone know what the problem is and how to fix it.

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Post by ultraspoon » Sun Jan 06, 2013 8:12 pm

I don't think anyone really understands what you are asking??

Do you want your store which is on the domain http://ringtail.arvixe.com/~handy21/ to be on the domain http://www.newfashionpeople.com/ ??

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Post by Joao023 » Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:00 am

I bought the domain http://www.newfashionpeople.com/

how can I change the domain to be http://www.newfashionpeople.com/

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Post by butte » Fri Mar 21, 2014 2:01 am

Joao023, you need to restart in square one, both of the URLs, ringtail (the account and fileset address) and newfashionpeople (your domain itself) are inaccessible.

At registrar level (the registrar where you registered your domain), you set at least NS values for nameservers (NS), which may be the registrar's own or may be the webhost's nameservers or maybe somewhere else. If the webhost is also the registrar it will have two "hats" -- registrar role and webhost role. Wherever that appointed set of 2-4 or so nameservers is, you set DNS records (A, CNAME, and for mail MX). Those are set for each domain, each subdomain. At webhost level (which can be a still third outfit), you "host" your domains and subdomains, which ordinarily wind up in the account root or their own directories. In those root and other directories, they can be redirected, using the host control panel's redirection feature or using .htaccess file(s). Traffic direction overall goes through the registrar first and then the appointed (delegated) nameservers to the webserver(s) and mailserver(s). Once that pattern "propagates" world wide, then the entire world does not pass through the registrar, but nameservers world wide do look at the registrar. The "authority" for traffic direction is from the top downward, registrar, designated nameservers, etc..

DNS A for www. whee.com = nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn
where host account specifies disc location -- you need to have a webhost lined up first, so that you know the target address.

DNS CNAME for non-www. = www. whee.com
where non-www. takes on persona of www.
or
DNS A for non-www. = nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn
where host account specifies disc location -- you need to have a webhost lined up first, so that you know the target address.

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