Transfer your domain

    When you register a domain through Blog.com we cannot remap it to another server and close your blog because that way you couldn’t access the domain toots later on. The domain DNS tools in your dashboard are limited and are to be used only within the blog context. So, if you wish to close your […]

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    My domain is not active yet!

    If you’ve recently registered a new domain for your blog, and it isn’t active yet, there are some things you can do: Wait a little longer It can take some hours for the DNS to fully propagate on the web. There’s nothing either us or you can do to accelerate the¬†process, these things take time. […]

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    My private details are being publicly displayed!

    When you registered your custom domain name, your personal details were requested to be used upon its registration. This is mandatory whenever you’re registering domain name, in order for you to be associated as the domain owner. We can change these details for you, so please send us the details you’d like to use. You […]

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    Using a custom domain name

    More Frequently Asked Questions   Custom domains on search engines Currently, when you have a custom domain, both blog.com and the new domain will work. That’s to ensure that if there’s sometyhing wrong with your custom domain you still have access to your blog through the regular URL. The new domain will be indexed in […]

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