If this is your domain name, please visit this page to see how to register it as DNS zone into your account.
Note: If you already have registered the DNS zone for your domain name, please wait for DNS propagation. Your web site will be displayed soon. It may take few minutes.
* Do you know why the TTL (time to live) is so crucial for your DNS management?
Suggested article from our blog: TTL and how to check TTL
Time to live or TTL is setting the time that one information is accepted as “current”. After the time elapsed, the data will no longer be current, and it will need to be updated. The older information gets scraped, and the server refreshes with the new one.
The Domain Name System (DNS) uses TTL for each of the DNS records. Each Recursive DNS server keeps the records the time that the TTL indicates. The time is in seconds. After that amount of seconds, the data must be renewed.
You can put 43200 seconds for TXT and CNAME records and small numbers for MX records. Set the TTLs the way it works best for you.
Simply put, the TTL is a time period indicating when should the DNS cache be refreshed.* How to check the TTL?