As you get ready to launch your new website, one of the final steps is to point your domain name to the LiveEdit Aurora servers. It's fairly common for the company that hosts your website to be different from the company that maintains your domain name.
For example, LiveEdit hosts client websites through its server array and its software-as-a-service platform. LiveEdit even creates for you an always-available sub-domain name for your site (e.g., mysite.liveeditaurora.com). However, LiveEdit does not market and/or host branded domain names. Companies such as Network Solutions, GoDaddy or any of the dozens of domain name server (DNS) providers are in the business of maintaining and hosting website domain names.
To point your domain name to the LiveEdit servers requires you to interact with the company where your preferred domain name is registered. Click here for a list of some of the more popular domain name server providers. If you're working with a customer service representative, request that they set the base domain "A" record and the www subdomain to the following Internet Protocol (IP) address:
The following instructions for GoDaddy walk you through their online process:
Ready Within 24 Hours
It could take up to 24 hours for the change to take effect once the domain name is pointing to the LiveEdit servers.