I chose GoDaddy to host my website and I need to change the nameservers at Google Domains. GoDaddy's official guide says to follow these steps to find out your nameservers when your site is hosted by GoDaddy but the domain is registered elsewhere.
Find my website's nameservers
To make your website visible on the Internet, you need to point your domain name to your hosting account using nameservers. For more information, see What is DNS?
This information applies only to accounts hosted with us. If you do not host with us, you can use the information in Change nameservers for my domains.
Nameservers are assigned on a per-domain name basis. The same hosting account can have domain names that need to use different sets of nameservers.
Find primary domain's nameservers
- Log in to your GoDaddy account.
- Next to Domains, click Manage.
- Click the domain you want to use, and then select the DNS Zone File tab.
The domain's nameservers display in the NS (Nameserver) section.
Changes to your domain nameservers can take up to 48 hours to propagate.
I followed the instructions but my nameservers area says this:
Using hosted nameservers
with nothing next to "Last updated". Is it going to take a few hours for them to actually write my nameservers there? Or is this an error for which I'll have to contact support? GoDaddy says my site is "up and running" but it isn't because the nameservers are still pointing to my ex-host.