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A few steps I left out. Part III

When I went to I typed in a name that came to me one morning: What do you know it was available, so I signed up for it for two years. Not really expensive in my opinion, around $8.95 per year if my memory serves me correctly. Once I had the Domain name it was time to get my website hosting. As I’ve said previously I selected I went with their Baby Croc package. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles but it has enough for my needs. I can add an unlimited number of domains to this site and currently I have three (3) on here. Once I did this it is necessary to point my domain names to my host server so that they can link up and be used, in my case with

I had to do some digging to figure out how to do this. Eventually I found it is necessary to find the nameservers attached to my server and type in that code, whatever it was, over at Once I did this I had to wait 24-48 hrs, then, wait for it, voila. It worked. I found whenever I wasn’t sure what to do, if I would Google the question, just as I wanted to know it, I would indefinitely find someone that had the same question and figured it out. This saved me so much time. I’ve always liked to learn from other people’s efforts and this was no exception.

We’ll pick up again next time, Constant Reader. See you then.

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