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Getting Started | Tutorial #8 - Allowing Delegate Access to Your Domain Registrar Account

Now that your website is coming along, the next thing to consider is launching it. Your Floranext onboarding representative will handle this process for you, but to make the site live, they will need access to your domain.

The domain registrar account is where the domain (or web address) itself is managed. Essentially, your onboarding representative will connect the domain to your Floranext website so it shows up at the correct address.

A variety of domain registrars are used, but the major ones are GoDaddy and Network solutions. If your domain registrar is not listed below, please contact us so further instructions can be added!

GoDaddy

To allow delegate access to your GoDaddy account, first sign in here.

Using the "person icon" menu in the upper right, choose Account Settings.

Click Delegate Access, and in the section titled "People who can access my account," enter the name and email address of your onboarding representative.

You will need to select a level of access for your onboarder—we recommend choosing Products & Domains, which will allow us to update your DNS but will restrict any sensitive data from us.

Now click Invite, and once we accept your invitation, you'll receive a notification email from GoDaddy.

That's it!

Network Solutions

To create a new user on your account, first log into Network Solutions here.

Go to the Operations tab and click Users, then click Add New Users. You'll need to fill out a username and password for your onboarding representative, and enter their email address.

Next, once the user has been created, you can allow Super Admin access, and uncheck "User can access credit card information."

You're done!


If you've followed these website setup steps in order, please proceed to the website go-live checklist!

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