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We have a website which is registered with enom, I wasn't around for the initial setup but it's setup using URL Frames. We've now moved hosting provider and we need to change the DNS records and as part of that I wanted to move them to A-Records.

I've managed to do that no problem, but now when I go to the domain name, instead of the domain name in my browser it shows the IP Address of the server that the host records now point to.

Any ideas on how I can fix this?

I'm not particularly technical person so anything in simple terms would be a big bonus.

Thanks in advance.

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It sounds like you misconfigured the DNS entries (IE: setup a redirect to an IP rather than creating an A[pex] record for the domain.) – Daniel Widrick Sep 20 '13 at 15:10
If you tell us your domain name we can see what the problem is. – Sammitch Sep 20 '13 at 17:50

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