How to Remove a Go Daddy Parked Page

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GoDaddy is a leading domain registration and Web hosting company in the United States. The company was founded by Bob Parsons in 1997 and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. When a domain is registered, it appears as a GoDaddy parked page until the contents and files of the website have been uploaded. A hosting plan is required to upload a website. Website domains registered trough GoDaddy can be hosted on GoDaddy servers or on any Web host of the user's choice. GoDaddy must then know the names of the servers where your website it hosted. Enter the nameservers to remove a GoDaddy parked page from your site.

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Step 1

Log in to your GoDaddy Account Manager (see Resources). Enter your customer number and password and press "Enter."

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Step 2

Click "Domain Manager" under My Products on the left side of the page.

Step 3

Click the domain you wish to remove the parked page from.

Step 4

Click "Set Nameservers" under Nameservers.

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Step 5

Click "I have a hosting account with these domains" or "I have specific nameservers for my domains." If you have purchased a hosting plan with GoDaddy, select the "I have a hosting account with these domains." The nameservers will be set according to your account. If you have a hosting plan with another company, select "I have specific nameservers for my domains." Your hosting company will provide you with two nameservers where your domains are hosted. An example of the nameserver format is "ns67.domaincontrol.com." Enter the two nameservers in the appropriate boxes.

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Step 6

Click "OK."

Step 7

Open any Web browser. Navigate to your domain. The GoDaddy parked page is removed.

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