I developed a website on Bubble for a client and went through the whole process of pointing to Bubble’s servers, but it has been over 24 hours and the site is still not live.
I added A records of both the root domain and www subdomain pointing to the two IPs that Bubble provided me.
The results were as follows:
- clientsdomain.com.br. 1800 A 104.. .*
- clientsdomain.com.br. 1800 A 104...*
- www.clientsdomain.com.br. 1800 A 104.. .*
- www.clientsdomain.com.br. 1800 A 104...*
I still have other A records pointing to Hostgator’s IP, but they come by default and as far as I know they shouldn’t interfere. These are:
Subdomains “localhost”, “mail”, “webdisk”, “cpcalendars”, “whm”, “autodiscover”, “cpcontacts”, “autoconfig”.
In addition, I also have three CNAME records, which should not influence anything in principle, but I will put them here just to provide as much context as possible.
Subdomains “ftp”, “cpanel” and “webmail” pointing to the root domain.
Given the context, I want to know if there is anything else I can do to ensure that the domain points to Bubble.
Could these other DNS records that still point to Hostgator be conflicting with the new ones I added for the Bubble IP?
Also, before I created this site through Bubble, the client already had one in code, which is still uploaded to his hosting. Could deleting the files of this old site help?