How To Transfer WordPress Domain Name to Google Cloud Hosting

How To Transfer WordPress Domain Name to Google Cloud Hosting



Are you moving your WordPress site to Google Cloud Platform? This tutorial will show you how to point your domain name to your Google Cloud Platform Website.

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28 thoughts on “How To Transfer WordPress Domain Name to Google Cloud Hosting

  1. What did you think of this tutorial?
    If you want to view this tutorial with each command listed step-by-step, check out the version at onepagezen.com:
    https://www.onepagezen.com/transfer-wordpress-domain-google-cloud-platform/
    Thanks for watching!
    Joe

  2. So i followed this guide. Thank you so much!!! this got my website up and working. However i have encountered an error in the MX for domain alias due to using custom servers. I have other domains just no websites yet and the alias's are working fine just the wp website.

  3. Yay this worked! I had to unlock the domain on my registrar for it to allow me to use the new nameservers. Then I could lock it again after it was done.

  4. Very good just, just a small mention, you add dot after com and it will fail "….com." must be just ….com

  5. Thanks for the tutorial, this really helped me get my website up and running!
    I didn't like forwarding the domain to the ip address using the A name as it would still show the pages static domain/ip address

  6. I have two question
    1. I already follow all the tutorial and successfully connect my domain to GCP, but when I try to visit my website the website loaded so fast but the domain become an IP address, did I miss something?
    2. Sometimes my client is from China, and in china all google service are blocked, if I put my hosting on google cloud, the people in china can have an access or not?
    Thank you in Advanced

  7. Very great tutorial👍
    I follow everything but i only got one ns1.alphawordsblabla.no-numerics.
    In your video, you get ns1, ns2, ns3, ns4… Any clue Anyone? ✌😎

  8. Hi. I have been watching your videos for last 3 days. I am struggling with the issue….i need to add directory to the domain i am going to point out for wordpress at Google cloud. Could you please help ? Can't find any videos so far.

  9. Hi Joe. Great Video. I’ve set up a website based on your great instruction. I have a question regarding static ip. I’ve taken the static ip and added it in my Namecheap domain management console. Does this effectively do the same as setting up the google cloud dns? Or should I use the static ip ( instead of external) and set up the cloud dns like in the tutorial?

  10. Wouldn't allow me to enter domain name in canonical name so had to put ip address in number format. Hopefully works!

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