I pay for a domain every year (e.g.,
example.com) that is registered by enom through Google on my behalf. I have made a website using Google Sites which you can be found at a URL that's similar to:
My question is: how do I make it so that visitors to
https:///www.example.com will see my Google Sites website?
This has been driving me crazy as surely it must be easy?!
If I go to
https://admin.google.com/AdminHome?hl=en-US&pli=1&fral=1#Domains, I see:
Primary Domain Registered since July 15, 2018 with Enom Enom Terms of Service Registrant rights and responsibilities G Suite Domain Registration Terms of Service Automatically renew my domain registration every year Next renewal date is July 15, 2019 Advanced DNS settings Sign in to enom to change your MX records, CNAME and other advanced DNS settings. Redirect the naked domain http://mydomainname.com to http://www.mydomainname.com Change redirect To enable this redirect, you must change the A record with your domain host.
I managed to log into
www.enom.com and I see:
It looks like I have to edit the
www line but what should it be?
ghs.google.com which is there currently doesn't exist as a web address.
I tried to follow the instructions from How can I create a Google Site and use it with a Google Domain? however they don't seem to apply to my situation. The first steps described are:
In Google Domains:
Click My domains in the navbar and then click the domain name.
Click the DNS tab .
However, there is no DNS tab for me. The only option I am given in "My domains" is Manage in G Suite Admin Console which doesn't have DNS tab you can click on. The word DNS appears on the page but is not clickable. I assume because my domain is registered through a third party which appears to be enom? Here is a screenshot: