If this is your domain name, please visit this page to see how to register it as DNS zone into your account.
Note: If you already have registered the DNS zone for your domain name, please wait for DNS propagation. Your web site will be displayed soon. It may take few minutes.
* Do you know what the DNS cache is?
Suggested article: DNS cache explained
DNS cache (DNS resolver cache) is a temporary storage of information about previous DNS lookups. Keeping a copy of a DNS lookup allows you to retrieve it quickly, and thus a website's URL can be resolved to its corresponding IP much more efficiently. The DNS resolver keeps the cached DNS records, depending on their TTL (Time-To-Live).
You can see your DNS cache with some easy commands on Windows, Linux, or macOS.
You can flush the DNS cache if you want. Note that deleting the DNS cache might resolve problems with the domain resolution of a site or any other problem related to the outdated DNS records still in your cache. Cleaning the cache will also hide the list of the visited sites on a DNS level.
If you're interested in the topic and want to learn more about it, we recommend you take a look at this article about the DNS Cache.