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New Website Set Up thorugh goo*gle, how do i ditch goo*gle and go with Hostgat*or

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by immortal, Sep 5, 2009.

  1. immortal

    immortal Newbie

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    New Website Set Up thorugh goo*gle, how do i ditch goo*gle and go with Hostgator?
    I think goo*gle is hosting it but i would like to jsut go through Hostgat*or so i can use word*press. I am already signed up with hostgat*or but when i make changes they dont work cause my site also with goog*le how do i leave google and use jsut hostgator?
     
  2. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    You have a site hosted by google? and what's with the ****'s?
     
  3. immortal

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    lol im new to the site and i noticed other ppl putting stars in site names such as google.
    Ya the site is hosted by google
    and i want it just hosted by hostgator, how do i ditch google and go jsut w/ hostgator?
     
  4. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Get hosting at hostgator and point your domain to their nameservers.
    I never knew google hosted. Does it rank well?:rolleyes:
     
  5. jetti789

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    change your nameservers in your hosting account and have it point to hostgator. Hostgator should give you the info for nameservers.
     
  6. immortal

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    kk thanks guys
     
  7. createrk

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    Confused :eek:

    Google hosting it? Man i would be the first person to host my site with them :D
     
  8. immortal

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    ya its weird, i bought my domain from name*com and then on checkout i remember it saying gooogle free hosting or something.
     
  9. mercdrew

    mercdrew Newbie

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    google pages/sites whatever its called now
     
  10. Debian

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    This is news to me. Never knew that Google was in the hosting business.
     
  11. trex191

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    I think he is talking about blogs guys. You can't just transfer it to Wordpress because its two different format. You gotta buy a host and domain and copy what you put on your old website over to the new website. I also don't think Google has their own hosting that I am aware of.
     
  12. pyronaut

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    If he is talking about blogger... Then you can export the posts and then import them into wordpress.
     
  13. SystemSeven

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    I'm confused, there's a Google hosting plan?
     
  14. neo

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    You can use custom domain for blogger blog to host your site at Google. ;)
     
  15. Debian

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    I don't think so. I think he's confused.