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I am moving my Domain to a new one? Do I delete all The A records and put in the new IP address 
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Hello,

Are you saying that you are wanting to point your domain to another site? If so, then you would delete and A records or CNAME for @, *, m, store, or www and put in the records the other hosting company provides. Just make sure not to delete any record relating to your email, unless you are moving that too (although if you are moving both, it would be easier to point via nameserver instead of IP address).
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Honestly, I don't want to change I love Homestead, but I do an online Boutique and Homestead doesn't offer Sezzle and other business like Sezzle I just opened my domain . So I have to wait 60 days b4 I have to make the switch just maybe yall can offer Sezzle cause I really don't want to change
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We have ecommerce, but not a Sezzle. You could see if Sezzle offers HTML code for payment buttons that you could place on your website?
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Sezzle is a buy now pay later , I already check with them they don't work with Homestead 
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The platforms they work with is Shopify and Big Commerce 
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I understand. If they cannot work with our system, then yes you can point by replacing the IP address that your domain is pointed to

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