How to point a single domain to 2 different web hosting accounts


Recently i purchased a domain name 2lessons.info from GoDaddy for my blog and pointed it to blogger because there is not much customization option in wordpress.com.

My blog 2lessons.info is now powered by blogger.com. I just had to customize the blogger template.

2lessons profile

1. Setup custom domain name at Blogger

2lessons domain name setup

– In new Blogger profile click on the Basic Settings at left menu and provide your desired domain name.

2.  Choosing a webhosting company for hosting demo and download files

I have already tried many free web hosting providers, but found 000webhosting much better.

– Register at http://www.000webhost.com/order.php

– We will now create a sub domain at 000webhost http://demos.2lessons.info

– Our next step will be to park our domain name at 000webhost

3.  Setting up domain at GoDaddy to point to blogger and 000webhost both.

– Login to your GoDaddy profile.

– Click on MyAccount

– Launch your domain and open domain manager

– In DNS Manager tab click launch

– In CNAME (Alias) click Quick Add

Host: demos and Points to = “Your server address from 000webhost

Wait for 15 minutes and your changes at domain name will be propagated and you will be able to upload your files to your sub-domain.

https://itswadesh.wordpress.com/2012/07/10/how-to-point-a-single-domain-to-2-different-web-hosting-accounts/

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