Possible DNS Issues


#1

Let me give you a brief rundown of what I have done so far:

I registered my domain with Godaddy.com,
then I hosted with dreamhost.com,
then I did the one-click wordpress install.
I changed my DNS servers… BUT when I looked at information in the forums, it said to forward them to ns1.bluehost.com…etc. I thought that was weird, but I did it anyways.
So once the wordpress got all set up, I tried to go to my site (www.cheapkidshalloweencostumes.com) and it says it’s parked by bluehost. I changed the DNS on godaddy earlier today (around noon) and it’s 9:27, and it still says it’s parked at bluehost after I’d already switched it to dreamhost.

On another end, when I go to blog.cheapkidshalloweencostumes.com, it still goes to blue host, even when I try (http://blog.cheapkidshalloweencostumes.com/wp-admin/)

Any suggestions?


#2

Oh and here is my WhoIs information

Registrant:
Jocelyn Wesolowski

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: CHEAPKIDSHALLOWEENCOSTUMES.COM

Domain servers in listed order:
NS1.DREAMHOST.COM
NS2.DREAMHOST.COM
NS3.DREAMHOST.COM


#3

The bluemonster info is indeed incorrect, where did you read that info?

Everything appears to be in order (I see the empty site with just the favicon files). If you believe there should be a WordPress site at that location, I’d suggest removing it via Panel > Goodies > One-Click Installs and readding it again.

Use the Advanced Mode :wink:

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#4

It keeps telling me that I already have hosting there (duh) so it won’t let me download WP to the original site (I can do blog.cheapkids…)


#5

Via FTP: rename the domain.com folder to domain.old then create a new domain.com folder and install via One-Click (Advanced Mode).

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