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I bought my domain from namecheap a week or so ago. Today, I bought hosting from nearly free speech and have built my site. I've uploaded my site to the nearly free speech servers.

I can access my site at On Nearly free speech, it says that the associated domain is

But I didn't change anything on the namecheap side of things, and I have no idea how to point to the


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Who is going to host your name service? Nearly free speech, namecheap, or someone else? – David Schwartz Dec 25 '12 at 19:48
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Namecheap has a DNS control panel. All you need to do is set up an A record for your domain that points to the IP address of your nsfhost server. There is a video on setting up an A record using the namecheap control panel here

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