I changed the DNS pointers to your servers but still can't see my site.

Changed DNS to your server but still can't see site
It can often take up to 72 hours for the DNS zone transfers to replicate to some ISPs and for you to reach your website with us using your domain name. In most cases you will need to wait 24 hours and restart your computer to clear your locally cached information. In the case that it has been longer than 72 hours make sure you have typed the DNS names correctly with the registrar you purchased your domain from. The correct nameserver spelling is listed in your welcome email.



 

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