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Greetings! My name is Jake and I ask the genius(s) of these here forums for some assistance.

I'm creating a website for my friend, he's creating a record label, and I need help because I'm such a freaking noob with CC+ and html coding.

The Domain Name and URL is: www.Sugar-High.co.cc is available


My problem is setting it up, some questions I have no idea what they mean.

My 3 questions:

1) ]Update Name Servers
Advanced Service / It can be difficult

Name server changes may take up to 48 hours to update throughout the Internet.
(It may take up to 48 hours for any changes to take effect in your users' accounts.)


2) Edit / Add Zone Records(A, MX, NS, CNAME, TXT)
Advanced Service / It can be difficult

Current zone records :
Host TTL Type/Priority Value
Empty

Add a record

Host :
TTL :
Type :
Priority :
Type?
Value :
It may take up to 48 hours for any changes to take effect in your users' accounts.

and

3) You.co.cc will redirect to your own website.
Change your home page address into Cool ones!
Simple Service / It is easy to everyone


Redirect To(URL) : http://
Page Title :
Frame :
What is Path forwarding / URL hiding
Description :
Keywords :
Google Apps Email Setup
Sign up Google Apps and verify domain ownership. Then you can make Your own email.
* Create a CNAME record for the verification.
- CNAME record (received from Google) :
.sugar-high.co.cc
- CNAME record point to: google.com.
It may take up to 48 hours for any changes to take effect in your users' accounts.




Sorry to all I know this looks like spam. But I have no idea what I'm doing and am kind of rusty.

Here's my old site: Wix.com - Website built by rashin based on Blank Website

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
 

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Well unless you want to pay wix or move to a different host it seems that you can only use the forwarding option.

So just fill in the URL redirect stuff. (option 3 in setup)

If you move to a paid host later then you can actually setup the domain using the other options.
 
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