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  • Hi Guys,

    i´ve looked through the forum but couldn´t seem to find a sufficient answer.

    A couple of months ago a registered at and got an adress right away (
    Then i realized, that i actually wanted to use since .com doesn´t allow many functions.

    So i got myself a host at and registered using the same adress. Then i try to install the wordpress app with the quickinstall function they have where i have to type in the Application URL (where you will find the app in your browser).

    There i get an email stating:


    Your installation is ready. You can access it now by going to .

    Admin Area:
    Username: *************
    Password: ********************

    We are now packing WordPress with WP-Super-Cache and have it <b>enabled with recommended settings</b> to help maintain solid performance from your WordPress installations!**
    For more information on this plugin and its configuration please visit

    **WP-Super-Cache can be disabled by going to your plugin section of your WordPress Dashboard and deactivating the plugin.

    But when i click that link, it just sends me to
    When i use the username and password from the mail, they don´t work, but my regular pw and username still let me log it.

    I have no idea and have trouble with this since weeks. Can anyone pleeeeease help me. ^^

    Thanks in advance!

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  • Moderator Mark Ratledge


    Forum Moderator

    You need to go to your domain registrar and point your domain name at your self-hosted WordPress site.

    i guess my domain registrar is
    Where would i do that there?

    I´m a complete beginner at this and am totally lost. 🙁

    Wuh! I finally found the Domain Manager and changed the nameservers there to the ones i got from hostgator. 😀

    So no it should all run smoothly?

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