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Domain Name to point to droplet

Hi,

My domain floatingmotion.com is with the https://www.namecheap.com/ and on my account with them, I setup DNS nameservers as ns1.digitalocean.com, ns2.digitalocean.com, ns3.digitalocean.com So it means all things are done for floatingmotion on namecheap.com account.

Now what are the changes I need to do to assign droplet to this domain name floatingmotion.com. Site is here 192.241.197.114/real_estate/ under the droplet, I created the new folder “real_estate”. Root files are for some other domain.

Only landing page is working fine. None of the internal pages like http://floatingmotion.com/search-address-result/ are not working. How to address this issue,

Thanks,


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Every link you have on the website is pointing to the “IP version” of your website. You should change that, pointing URLs to the “domain version” :)

For example: <a href="http://192.241.197.114/real_estate/how-it-works/">How It Works</a> Should be replaced by: <a href="http://floatingmotion.com/real_estate/how-it-works/">How It Works</a>

Else, your webserver software should be able to correct that, but that’s not very good for resources :P