Change your website address
During domain name registration or transfer…
Enter your NoSpin WordPress site address in the Map To WordPress Site text box
and receive Domain Mapping free of charge!
Registering or transferring a domain name in the NoSpin Web Client Portal entitles you to free domain mapping on your NoSpin WordPress site. Simply enter your NoSpin WordPress site address in the Map To WordPress Site text box during domain name registration or transfer and we shall set up domain mapping on your NoSpin WordPress site free of charge. NoSpin Web uses the eNom Registrar to register domain names and after registration or transfer you will have full access to your domain name data in the Client Portal.
Domain Names Registered Elsewhere
The charge for mapping domain names not registered or transfered in the NoSpin Web Client Portal is $20.00-US. Ordering is available on the Client Portal Domain Mapping page. Let’s assume for a moment, a host other than NoSpin Web registered your domain name and you are not quite ready to transfer it to us. In order to map your domain name to your NoSpin WordPress site address, there is some elementary DNS zone file configuring involved. However, in the event you need help, when you create a Domain Mapping support ticket, we shall walk you through the process until your mapping works flawlessly. The process in a nutshell is, you create a DNS A record (address record) in your domain’s DNS zone file that points your domain name to the IP address of NoSpin WordPress. If you are intimidated by the sound of this process, do not despair. It is simply a matter of logging into your domain’s control panel and changing the data field of your domain name’s A record to 18.104.22.168; i.e, the dedicated IP address of NoSpin WordPress. For the sake of example, we have provided links to instructions for changing A records at GoDaddy and Network Solutions. Other domain Registrars, such as eNom, use similar interfaces for configuring DNS zone files.
Please allow up to 24 hours for DNS propagation when editing domain zone files.
For more information on domain mapping, registration and tranfers, please see our Domain Mapping article.