DNS Linking to Web Host

Why change your DNS names?

Once you have registered a domain name, you must make changes to the DNS (domain name servers).  You must link them to your web host.
I recommend that you use LiquidNet Ltd Hosting for your web host. I’ve used many web hosts since 1996. Some were very bad. LiquidNet was the best.

It’s only $35/year for their starter program and includes WordPress, excellent 24/7 tech support and many other wonderful features.  I will use that company in my example.

Every web host in the world has their own unique name servers. With LiquidNet they are dns1.supremedns.com and
dns2.supremedns.com.
When you register your domain name with WhoIs, you must change the name servers for LiquidNet Ltd Hosting to dns1.supremedns.com and dns2.supremedns.com. Watch this video in full screen mode to see how to update your DNS information. Pause frequently to take notes.

Steps to changing the name servers

♦  Go to your domain registration vendor.  In the following example I will use WhoIs. I am assuming that your web host will be LiquidNet Ltd Hosting.
Link to dns♦  Click Account > MyAccount.
♦  Where it says Jump to Domain, enter the domain name with which you are working.
♦  Click the arrow to jump there.

 DNSName server 1 and 2Click on Name Servers.
♦  Enter DNS information, dns1.supremedns.com and dns2.supremedns.com, in appropriate boxes.
♦  Click on Update Name Servers button.
♦  You must also add your contact details. In the background your new domain name is being made available on the internet all around the world. Note that this can take up to 24 hours.