Does anyone have an idea how to transfer my domain from Weebly to Wordpress?
I own a website hosted by Weebly and would like to transfer this (my domain name) to Wordpress. I am having a difficult time finding relevant resources on this. Thanks.
Did you buy your own domain name separately, or did Weebly do it for you?
If you bought it separately, Weebly doesn't get involved - you simply have to enter your new nameservers at your domain registrar.
I assume you mean Wordpress.org and you're setting up your own hosting account? Or do you mean Wordpress.com
You need to ask weebly how to get a copy of your site so you can take it elsewhere and your hoster where you are going to install the wordpress.
The hoster where your wordpress will be installed has to provide nameservers and you have to use those at the domain registrar.
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