Configuring GoDaddy with DigitalOcean In another article, I write about how to deploy a Laravel Application to DigitalOcean. Now, we have to point the domain to the Droplet so that people don’t have to type in an IP address. DigitalOcean Once you log into your DigitalOcean account, click on the Networking tab in the left sidebar. In the image below, it’s the third link from the bottom. You’ll be brought to the networking screen with the Load Balancers tab selected. You’ll want to click on the Domains tab to move to the Domains section. Enter your domain name. In my instance, I’ll enter Click on the Add