Setting up a domain to point to a website involves a few steps:

  1. Register a domain name: First, you will need to register a domain name through a domain registrar. This is the address that people will use to access your website.
  2. Point the domain name to your hosting: After you have registered your domain name, you will need to point it to the server where your website is hosted. This is typically done by updating the domain’s nameservers or A records to match the ones provided by your hosting provider.
  3. Configure your hosting account: After the domain is pointed to your hosting, you will need to configure your hosting account to recognize the domain name. This typically involves adding the domain name as an “addon domain” or “parked domain” on your hosting account.
  4. Update your website’s settings: Finally, you will need to update your website’s settings to recognize the new domain name. This typically involves updating the website’s configuration files or using a plugin to handle domain mapping.

It is important to note that the steps may vary depending on the hosting provider and the platform you are using. Some of the steps might be different. If you are not familiar with these technologies, I would recommend hiring a web developer with experience in domain management to assist you.

Please let me know if you have any other questions or if there is anything else I can help you with.