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Pointing domain to Wix's service
Wix provides the ability to use your Domain Name with your Wix site. To setup your your site to hosted by Wix and your email hosted by us, you will need to update the A Record for your domain and the mail DNS record.
Login to your cPanel account
Scroll down to the Domains section
Click the DNS Zone Editor
Choose your domain name from the drop down list
Click Edit, to the left of the A Record @ symbol
Enter the IP Address of 126.96.36.199 as the Destination
Click Save to save the changes
Delete the mail CNAME
Click Delete, to the left of the mail CNAME
Confirm that you would like to delete the mail CNAME.
Create the mail A Record: Enter the following for the new mail A Record, this is done in the Add DNS Record section.
Host Record: mail
Type: A Record
Points To: Enter the IP Address of your Bluehost hosting account. Note: Most often this is the same IP Address as the webmailwebdisk A records.
For additional assistance in using your Domain Name with your Wix account please contact see Wix's support article .Knowledgebase Article 55,146 views bookmarksharetags: cname dns wix zone (updated 926 days ago)Share or save this via:
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