This is because you correctly have an A record at pointing to, but the A record at (with no www) is pointing to a different address which is providing the web forwarding.

If you change the A record on the root domain to point to instead of the web forwarding then it'll work properly.

Different DNS management systems represent the root domain differently. Sometimes they use an @ sign as the subdomain to indicate "no subdomain". So maybe look for that.

There are some instructions for some common registrars' DNS management pages here. Even if you're using a different system it may be similar!



Thanks Joe, for your help and information.

All seems to be working fine now.

You were spot on regarding the @ symbol for subdomain.

Thanks again