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Registering a domain at Zyro

From your Zyro account, go to the My domains page and click on the Get a domain button. If you don't have a Zyro account yet, you can search for a domain here.

Search for the domain you want to register, pick the desired TLD (.com, .net, .online, and so on) and pay for your order.

Note: Insert the domain in domain.tld format, e.g. domain.net (don't use www. or http.).

Once you finish registering your domain, you need to verify your contact details. You can do so by clicking the link sent to your email address in the confirmation email. If you can't find the email, make sure to check your spam/junk inboxes.

Please verify your contact information within 15 days after domain registration, otherwise, your domain will be suspended. If you need any help verifying your contact information, please don’t hesitate to contact us!


Connecting a domain to a website

1. First, make sure that your website template is connected to a Zyro plan. Then, go to your Site settings.

2. Open the Domain tab, click Connect your own domain, insert your domain name and click Continue.

3. Finally, click Done and give your domain a few hours to propagate worldwide.


Changing domain nameservers

1. From your Zyro account, go to the My domains page and click Manage domain.

2. Expand the Nameservers section and select the Use custom nameservers option.

3. Delete the current nameservers and insert the new ones.

4. Click Save changes and give your domain a few hours to propagate worldwide.

Keep in mind that DNS changes normally take up to 48 hours to propagate among all servers worldwide. Until these changes have been completely propagated, your website may not be fully functional.


Updating your contact information

After you've registered your domain, you can update the contact information.

1. From your Zyro account, go to My domains and click Manage domain.

2. Expand the Contact information section and edit it accordingly. Don't forget to save the changes when you're done.


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