I'm a bit of a noob when it comes to web hosting, so any help would be cool.
I've registered two domain names - .com and .co.uk - with two different registrars. The .com one points to a parking page for Namecheap and the .co.uk doesn't point to anything. For now, I'm just using my ISP's webspace to host a temporary "coming soon" page, whilst I look for a web host. However, how do I point the .co.uk to the ISP webspace URL? I'm currently using Namecheap for the .com, which will redirect to the .co.uk site. Do I have to fiddle with the nameservers of either of the registrars?
Thanks for any advice
You will need to get the IP address and point the A record of the .co.uk to your ISP's IP which your web space is on. If its namebased hosting or you do not have a dedicated IP, you will need to contact the ISP and have them setup host headers for your .co.uk or they may already have a panel for you to do so. Check with them.