While most answers get to the core of it (DNS and NS can often be just synonyms, it depends on the context, if we know we are in the domain name business, the D for Domain is not adding more information), I think there is one point not addressed which may or may not be related to your question, but its phrasing is not 100% clear and it comes maybe also from ...
Google won't index pages which redirect. Why would they index a page which simply redirects to another page that's already in the index?
If you want your domain to be the "main" URL for the page, then you need to change the A records (and remove the CNAME record) as per GitHub's instructions (the Namecheap instructions you followed appear to be for setting ...
The only authoritative source on this is ICANN/IANA (and despite its name "icannwiki.org" is not run by ICANN so should not be taken as authoritative source)
Specifically you can go to the following addresses:
If you do a search ...
I don't think the future registry has been appointed yet. Apparently you still have 3 applicants and it hasn't been decided who will own .DATA in the end.
Also there seems to be a "warning" on the Dish application because of anti-trust/anti-competition issues.
Source : https://icannwiki.org/.data
What's for sure : don't expect it in 2019...
I have access to create A .... records
And that's what you need to do. You need to create an A record on the subdomain that points to the "other hosting package". Specifically, the A record contains the IP address of the server that hosts your website.
If you change the NAMESERVERS (ie. the server that manages your domain's DNS) then it will no longer be ...
The website started working but I completely changed my approach.
I ignored the problem that I can't connect through the domain name using HTTP.
Decided to just start setting up HTTPS for the site instead
I followed a tutorial that explained how to set up SSL for an AWS S3 static site using:
Amazon Route 53
Amazon Certificate Manger