30 Jun '16, 12pm

@sashyenka We truly appreciate your loyalty. You rock! :) @KaydeeDunn Btw, the guide Sacha was referring to is here:

@sashyenka We truly appreciate your loyalty. You rock! :) @KaydeeDunn Btw, the guide Sacha was referring to is here:

not able to edit Host Records? ): Here you will need to create 6 records for your domain: - A Records for @ pointing to 216.239.32.21, 216.239.34.21, 216.239.36.21 and 216.239.38.21 - CNAME for www mapped to ghs.google.com - CNAME with values provided in the Blogger account Once all details are inserted, save them using the Save changes green icon. 3. Please make sure that there are no conflicting records set for the same host and remove them, if there are any. The records you need to check may be of URL Redirect (Unmasked/Masked/Permanent Redirect), A or CNAME record types. Here is the example of conflicting records: and 4. Before you move onto the final step, wait about half an hour for newly created host records to take effect. If you attempt the final step before your settings are activated, a warning message will show up in your Blogger account. After your settings ha...

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