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I redirected my Godaddy domain to Github's servers, and then waited up to 24-48 hours for DNS changes to occur. After that, the website worked once, but after I refreshed it, this screen showed up, even after multiple refreshes. How do I get rid of this screen, and show my website?

I redirected my domain to Github by:

  1. Creating a CNAME and entering the domain

  2. Going over to my GoDaddy Account

  3. Manage my DNS records and add two records provided by GitHub (192.30.252.153 192.30.252.154).

  4. Save changes.

  5. Wait up to 24-48 hours for DNS changes to propagate.

Screen for it

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    I redirected my Godaddy domain to Github's servers How?? Can you give us some details? Otherwise, this question is likely impossible to answer. – closetnoc May 22 '16 at 22:02
  • Edited the question – Moses Grant May 22 '16 at 22:52
  • Is there an option where you can associate your domain name with the IP address that your web server provider gave you? – Mike -- No longer here May 22 '16 at 23:18
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Your domain appears to be working OK for me at the moment, so this might have been a caching issue, however....

  1. Manage my DNS records and add two records provided by GitHub (192.30.252.153 192.30.252.154).

Specifically, this is two A records at your DNS provider.

However, the two A records you have set are both pointing to the same IP address (192.30.252.153), so this needs to be corrected and could account for the intermittent behaviour.

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