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Modifying Name Servers (Registered through Bluehost)
You can easily change the Name Servers for a domain name registered with Bluehost To do this simple use the Name Servers tab, located in the Domain Manager
Updating the Name Servers
- Login to your Bluehost Control Panel.
- Click the Domain Manager, located in the Domains section.
- Choose your domain name.
- Please click the Name Servers tab
- Select Use Custom Nameservers
- Enter in the new name servers.
- Click Save Nameserver Settings
Note: Please allow 24-72 hours for the DNS propagation of name servers to fully propagate.
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