Bluehost Web Hosting Help
Bluehost Name Servers NS - What Are Bluehost Nameservers?
How do I modify my nameservers?
DNS Management - How To Add Edit Or Delete DNS Entries
How to Modify Your DNS Records
What Is an A Record? How To Edit an A Record
Definition of an A Record
What Are DNS Records? Domain Name System Examples - DNS Zone Editor
What are the commonly used DNS entries?
What Is A CNAME - How To Create & Edit CNAME
Definition of a CNAME
Modifying Name Servers (Registered through Bluehost)
How to modify name servers with bought domain through Bluehost.
DNS Management - How To Edit MX Records
I would like to change my MX Record so I can use a mail server with another provider.
What Is A Subdomain And How Does It Work? How To Create A Subdomain
Can I make subdomains for my addon domains on the account?
Modifying the Nameservers through other registrars
How do I Change My DNS?
What is a TXT Record
Definition of a TXT Record
How To Activate Newly Registered Domain - New Domain Name Inactive
Once I Register a Domain, How Long Does it Take to Become Active?
How to manage CloudFlare on your Bluehost account.
What is an MX Entry
Definition of an MX Entry
What Is An AAAA Record? - How To Edit AAAA Record
A definition of AAAA Records
What is an SRV Record
Definition of an SRV Record
Wildcard Subdomains or DNS
Do you support wildcard subdomains or wildcard DNS entries?
DNS Cache Flush
How do I flush my DNS cache?
About Domain Names
You need two things to have a successful website and professional email: a domain registration and a hosting account.
Configuring Name Servers for Your Reseller Main Domain Registered With a 3rd Party.
Using Your Custom Name Servers for Domains Registered With a 3rd Party.
Any time DNS is updated, it can take up to 48 hours for those changes to take effect. This period of time is called propagation, and it applies to any and all DNS updates. This article will explain what propagation is and why it's important.
DNS Entry Already Exists - Error Message in WHM
Explains how to fix the DNS entry already exists warning
Edit Reseller DNS Zone Template
Explains how to edit the DNS Zone Timplate.
How to Change your Hosts File
The hosts file is a plain text file that allows you to set IP Addresses for a domain on your computer. This may override authoritative DNS.
Office 365: Verify Third-Party Domains
To use Office 365 through Bluehost, your domain will need to use specific DNS settings. This article will explain the name server requirements for Microsoft email.