I had a droplet that uses Plesk before. I had my domain propagated to Digital Ocean DNS specifically for it. It worked for the time being, about a week while having Plesk. I decided to destroy the droplet as it isn’t for me and go with a new one that use CPanel instead. For the life of me, even changing the A record to the new droplet won’t work. My domain point to some weird wordpress at WORDPRESSMU-540259-1727842.CLOUDWAYSAPPS.COM. I don’t know who wordpress that is or why it’s there. After many frustration, I deleted my domain and re-add it in the Networking section to my new droplet. I setup some A record for the domain, www and *. The domain still point to this cloudwaysapps wordpress. Checking ICANN whois, I can see that my NS is active for ns1.digitalocean.com, ns2.digitalocean.com, ns3.digitalocean.com. What do I need to do to get my domain to work with the new droplet?
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