There are THREE steps to publishing your website on a GoDaddy domain.

FIRST, you will have to add your domain to the B12 Design Suite.

To add your domain, log in to your B12 Design Suite, then click 'Domains' on the left side of the screen.

Next, click the '+' symbol next to Custom Domain(s) to add a new domain name. 

Enter your domain name in the Domain field. Your domain must start with 'www' and be formatted as www.yourdomain.com.

Click 'Save' when you have added the domain name.  

Now, onto the next step!

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SECOND, log in to your GoDaddy account here: https://www.godaddy.com/


Navigate to 'My Products' in the upper-left corner and then click the 'Manage Domains' button.

Next, find the domain you want to modify on the list and click on it to open the appropriate 'Domain Settings' page.

Then, on the 'Domain Settings' page, scroll to the bottom and you will see a section labeled 'Additional Settings'.

Click 'Manage DNS':

You should be able to see the 'DNS Management' page here:

Edit the rows highlighted in red in the screenshot above. You can edit records by clicking on the pencil icon on the far right.

Make the A Record for '@' point to 52.22.145.238:

Click 'Save'.

Make the CNAME Record for 'www' point to dns.b12.io:

Click 'Save'.

Note: If you don't see a CNAME record for www, you can just add it by clicking 'Add' on the bottom right of the Records menu. Set the TTL drop-down menu to 1 Hour.

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THIRD, once you have changed the DNS settings in your GoDaddy account, go back to your B12 Design Suite and click Publish on the top right corner.

Please be aware that it may take up to 48 hours for DNS changes to propagate. As a result, your website may take up to 48 hours to be live on your domain. 

Note: If you want to publish to more than one domain, make sure you follow these instructions for each domain you want to use with your B12 website.

If you have any issues, email hello@b12.io for support.

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