To visit the domain provider's website, you can refer to the screenshot below for details -:
Step 1: Log into Your GoDaddy Account
Step 2: Navigate to the DNS Management
Step 3: Add a TXT Record for DMARC
Step 4: Set Your DMARC Policy
Step 5: Save Your Changes
1. Having logged into the Namecheap account, choose Domain List on the left and click on the Manage button next to your domain:
2. Navigate to the Advanced DNS tab from the top menu and click on the Add new record button:
3. Set Your DMARC Policy.
4. Save Your Changes
1. Log in to Bluehost
Navigate to bluehost.com, enter your credentials to log in to its dashboard.
2. Locate your domain
On the Bluehost dashboard's home page, find your domain you want to add the DMARC record to, then click the Manage button, as highlighted below:
In this example, we are adding the record to domain partnerflare.com.
3. Manage DNS
Click the DNS tab, as shown below:
Now you will see the DNS section, where you can create a DMARC record for your domain.
4. Create the record entry
Scroll down to the bottom of the page where you can see a section for the TXT record type. Click the Add Record button:
Then enter the settings for your DMARC record. Make sure Host Record is set to _dmarc, TXT Value is set to the record generated above. Click the Save button. Now you have added the record!