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    moving site url
    ok i already created a site using Weebly.com here and put my domain there.. how would i go about moving my domain so that when i publish my iweb site here it will just be evinsstudios.com

    i am using godaddy for my domain, is there a way to go in to godaddy's "total DNS control panel and point it to the iweb site like i did with weebly?

    mind you i dont know much web development.

    thanks for any answer you may be able to provide me.
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    if i purchase web hosting from go daddy will that give the server address, username and password and directory/path i need to ftp my iweb site up to the hosting site. so then it will be posted?

    btw thanx for the help whyaskwhy. btw i am am learning dreamweaver now... web it really not my thing. i like flash though. so i am trying to learn as much as i can sorry for such a broad question.
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    Attached is a picture from Godaddy for altering my nameserver. To get there, I clicked on my account and then the NameServers button. You get those addresses from the hosting company that is the host of your site. I don't know what the me.com should be, but that information is likely available via your me.com account.

    The change can take awhile to propagate over the net, so don't expect to see that change immediately, but perhaps over a 24 hour period.
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