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yeremia says

Hi friends, I want to ask for help from you guys.

I’m making a website and buy a domain at GoDaddy and use free hosting serversfree. But the problem is I use hosting at 000webhost before and now I want to wear in serversfree hosting.

But after I update the name server and dns on godaddy, my website still go to the previous hosting.

If anyone can help me?

Are there any suggestions from you for a good free hosting?

I thank you in advance.

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miseld says

DNS needs 24h TTL (time to live) be patient.

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yeremia says

DNS needs 24h TTL (time to live) be patient.

I tried on another computer my website go to my new hosting, but in my computer still go to the old hosting. :(

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DaniMun says

Don’t worry, the nameservers need up to 72 hours in order to propagate the new name-to-ip info. As Misel suggested, be patient :)

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DaniMun says


DNS needs 24h TTL (time to live) be patient.
I tried on another computer my website go to my new hosting, but in my computer still go to the old hosting. :(

You probably need to clear the cache of your browser. If that doesn’t help, flush your computer’s DNS cache.

Hope this helps :)

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yeremia says



DNS needs 24h TTL (time to live) be patient.
I tried on another computer my website go to my new hosting, but in my computer still go to the old hosting. :(

You probably need to clear the cache of your browser. If that doesn’t help, flush your computer’s DNS cache.

Hope this helps :)

still to the old server hosting.

Like this http://error404.000webhost.com/?

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DaniMun says

Try a DNS query for your domain name and check out the nameservers. If the they are correct, contact your previous hosting provider.

On a side note, I’d stay away from free hosting, but that’s my personal, biased opinion based on bad experience with free hosting :)

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yeremia says

Try a DNS query for your domain name and check out the nameservers. If the they are correct, contact your previous hosting provider. On a side note, I’d stay away from free hosting, but that’s my personal, biased opinion based on bad experience with free hosting :)

Thanks Danimun for your suggest.

I just checked using the whois, and everything is fine.

The problem is I can’t access my website on my computer, but using the other computer i can enter.

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yeremia says

Mod, please lock this thread. Problem has been resolved. :)

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Mod, please lock this thread. Problem has been resolved. :)
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