I am trying to move my domain which was being used on a Wix site to Webflow for my portfolio. I am having trouble finding my DNS settings. I’m 90% sure that it’s hosted by Google, despite being bought on GoDaddy. I have looked up on Google how to find my DNS setting which said I should find it in the left-hand menu on my Google Manage Domains Tab, but I can’t find these settings anywhere on Google, Wix, or GoDaddy.
Am I being stupid here? I have emails connected to this domain which I really don’t want to mess up.
I am a bit of a novice at this, so I apologise if I’m missing something obvious.
I have the domain connected to a WIX as you say. I am not looking to keep this website up or bothered about redirects as it is just my old portfolio with nothing linking to specific pages that anyone will have links to.
I am unsure whether I need to get any more info, then do I need to disconnect the nameservers from Wix before I click the “change your nameservers” button on GoDaddy?
I am more than happy to try CloudFront although this is not something I have ever used before, looking at the set-up it (to me) seems really confusing.
Again thanks so much for the help, I already have a much better understanding of how this all works thanks to your reply.
@memetican Hopefully I’m not bothering you too much here…
I have updated my DNS settings on GoDaddy after putting the nameservers as the GoDaddy Default.
However I haven’t managed to change the CNAME file as I get the error “Enter a valid name, like “www” or “mail”” do I need to instead of writing “www” in the Name section, put “www.stilocreative”? [image Goddady DNS Settings]
I think this is what’s causing my published site to have this error in the image attached. Or am I simply being impatient here and need to wait for everything to update?
I have put my Webflow DNS settings in too, just in case I should be adding an SSL certificate that I am not aware of.
If you could help get me over this final hurdle I would really appreciate it.