In my post, I show you how to find nameservers in your Cpanel on Bluehost, Hostgator, Hostinger, and Webhostface, step by step.

When you purchase hosting, you get nameservers. You take these nameservers to update your domain account. Once updated, internet browsers go to your website.

Let’s begin.

How to find Bluehost nameservers

Step one – Log in to your account.

First, log in to your Bluehost hosting account.

Bluehost login page

Step two – Select ‘Domains’ from the menu

Once signed in, select ‘Domains’ from the main menu on the left.

Select domains from the menu

Step three – Select ‘Manage.’

To the right of your website, click on the ‘Manage’ link.

Select manage

Here are the Bluehost nameservers.

How to find Hostgator nameservers

Step one – Log in to your account.

First, Log in to your Hostgator hosting account.

Hostgator login page

Step two – Search for ‘General information.’

After you sign-in, you come to your Cpanel dashboard. On the right-hand side, scroll down until you find the ‘General Information (1)’ section. Hostgator’s nameservers (2) are in this section.

How to find Hostinger nameservers

Step one – Log in to your account.

First, sign in to your Hostinger hosting account.

Hostinger login page

Step two – Select ‘Manage.’

On your Hostinger dashboard, select the ‘Manage’ link on the right.

Select manage

Step three – Select ‘Details.’

From the hosting Cpanel, select the ‘Details’ icon situated under ‘Accounts.’

Select details

Here are Hostinger’s nameservers.

Hostinger nameservers

How to find WebHostFace nameservers

Step one – Sign in to your account.

First, sign in to your Webhostface hosting account.

Log in to your hosting account

Step two – Select ‘View billing information.’

On the top-right, click on your account username to open a drop-down menu. From that menu, select ‘View billing information.’

Select view billing information

Webhostface’s nameservers are on the left, halfway down the page.

Webhostface nameservers

Conclusion

I have shown you how to find nameservers in your Cpanel on Bluehost, Hostgator, Hostinger, and Webhostface. Some are easy to find, others you have to search.

Nameservers are essential for your site because they tell internet browsers where to fetch copies of your website files.

When you move hosting companies, be sure to update your nameservers on your domain account.

I buy my domain names from Namecheap. For a tutorial on changing your nameservers on Namecheap, check out my ‘How to change my nameservers‘ post.

Before you head back to your Cpanel to search for your nameservers, would you kindly spare one minute to leave a comment about my post? I appreciate all feedback.

For more tutorials, please check out my YouTube channel. Don’t forget to say hi in the comments. I reply to everyone.

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