Domain Name Configuration for WordPress on Google Cloud
After you’ve installed WordPress you have to follow a few spates to Configure A Domain for WordPress on Google Cloud. Let’s Starts To Configure A Domain for WordPress on Google Cloud.
Registering a Domain Name
Before starting this tutorial, you should’ve already purchased a domain name. Most .com domains usually sell for around ten U.S. dollars. However, less commonly used domain names, such as those ending in .club or .site, sell for much cheaper. To register a domain:
Visit a domain name provider (we recommend Name Cheap).
Search for the domain you want to purchase.
Add it to your cart.
Once you’ve registered a domain name and have setup WordPress on Google Cloud (Click-to-Deploy or Bitnami), you’re ready to start this tutorial.
There are 5 steps in this tutorial:
Enable the Cloud DNS API
Create a Cloud DNS Zone
Add DNS Records
Configure NS Records
1. Enable the Cloud DNS API
2. Create a Cloud DNS Zone
3. Add DNS Records
4. Configure NS Records
In this section of the tutorial, you will be pointing your domain name to your website on Google Cloud. In this example, NameCheap is used as the domain name provider, however, the process will be similar for all domain name providers.
5. Edit Wp-Config.php
Use the following instructions if you’re configuring the Bitnami version of WordPress on Google Cloud.