You can access both interfaces by clicking on your Go Daddy username and choosing the Manage Domains option in the Control Panel Links column: You can change between the two interfaces by using the highlighted options in the top right of the page.
Figure out which interface you’re using (or want to use) and then skip straight to the tutorial that you need using the links below: Once you save your changes, you’re finished.
Updated on 14-June-2017 at AM This tutorial assumes you have selected to use our DNS servers when adding your domain.
Because Go Daddy lets you make this change in two different interfaces, we’re going to give you tutorials for both interfaces (you only need to make the change once, though).
To help you find which interface you’re using, read the short section below.
DNS zones can be edited in the same way as Shared accounts (listed above), but as a Reseller, you have a more powerful tool in WHM.
For more details about updating DNS inside WHM, please refer to the following article: If you do not feel comfortable editing DNS records, we can help make the changes for you and confirm that your DNS settings are correct.
Then, you can jump straight to the tutorial for the exact interface that you’re using.
Go Daddy can be a little confusing because they actually offer two different interfaces for managing your domains.
The next step is to make sure that your nameservers are registered with your domain’s registrar.
If you registered your domain through Liquid Web, our Heroic Support team can easily set this up for you.
To start editing your nameservers, first head to the Manage Domains interface: Once you’re done, click OK.
Then click Save on the next page to finalize your nameserver change.
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