Actually, I migrate my domain from blogger to WordPress after that I purchased WordPress hosting from Godaddy and remove my domain pointing to blogger and add IP address that they give to point on my A record but they show server IP address could not be found and thank you for the response, please help me as I am new to this kind of thing.
GoDaddy is currently offering new. It should point to an IP address.
Log in to contact support. The next step is to login to the godaddy. Then, Cloudflare will automatically look up your DNS records. This step is required in order to go live with your website on the WP Engine platform.
The nameserver settings may take some time to change over. Cloudflare will show you two nameservers to change—leave this tab open so you can easily copy them! If you need help with this, feel free to email me: Everytime someone visits your site they will see your domain for all the blogs content in lieu of example.
They should be able to reinstall WordPress for you. In order to get expert one-on-one help, please log into your account so we can identify your account and get you exactly the help you need. Here you can sign up for a free account to get started.
Directory sites that rent sub domains can allow users to map their blog straight to the site. I would reach out to GoDaddy support first. You have the option to change where your blog is published whenever you want without losing any content on your site.
This is known as propagation time.
Skip to content NOTE: This guide will show you how to map your existing Godaddy domain name to a WordPress. This will make it so you never need to update DNS again! FTP into your website and delete the following WordPress files: I prefer to use who.
You can find this information from the Overview page for your production environment. This will work just fine, but you will need to update your DNS records if your website is ever migrated to a new server.
Try option 2.
There only a few steps.