No matter where your domain is registered, you can use it at Zyro! There are several ways to connect your GoDaddy domain to your Zyro website:

Update domain's name servers

1. Open your Zyro website's settings, go to the Domain section, and connect your domain. Confirm all the steps in the domain connection window.

2. Open a new tab in your browser and log in to your Domain Control Center at GoDaddy.

3. Click on your domain to access the Domain Settings page.

4. Under Additional Settings, select Manage DNS.

5. In the Nameservers section, select Change:

  1. Choose Enter my own nameservers (advanced).

  2. Delete all current name servers if there are any.

  3. Enter the two Zyro's name servers: dns1.zyro.com and dns2.zyro.com

  4. Check the box next to Yes, I consent to update Nameservers for the selected domain(s).

And that's it! Now, give your domain some time to finish the connection process – your website will be available online within 24 hours (it's usually done much more quickly) 🚀

Note: Once your domain's nameservers point to Zyro, your domain's DNS zone is also managed from here. Namecheap's reference: How to change DNS for a Domain GoDaddy's reference: Change nameservers for my domains


Create a CNAME redirection

1. Open your Zyro website's settings, go to the Domain section, and connect your domain. Confirm all the steps in the domain connection window.

2. Open a new tab in your browser and log in to your Domain Control Center at GoDaddy.

3. Click on your domain to access the Domain Settings page.

4. Under Additional Settings, select Manage DNS.

5. Create a CNAME record:

  1. Select Add to add a new record.

  2. Select CNAME from the Type menu options.

  3. Enter the details for your new CNAME record:

    1. Name: www

    2. Value: connect.zyrosite.com

    3. TTL: 1 hour

    4. Select Add Record to save your new CNAME record.

    5. Select Save.

6. Finally, set up automatic forwarding for the main domain (@ or domain.com) to open www.domain.comlearn how 💡

Note: This way, your domain's DNS zone would remain at GoDaddy. Most DNS updates take effect within several hours but could take up to 24 hours to update globally.

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