[HELP] Namecheap domain Redirect
2014-01-14, 05:38 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-01-14, 05:53 AM by SonnyBlack.)
#1
Can somebody tell me how to redirect a namecheap domain to my blog without showing the site.blogspot.com? I mean when someone go to mysite.com i want that mysite.com is shown, but in namecheap it redirects to the blog
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gunungcoy(2014-01-15 04:03 AM) 

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2014-01-14, 03:37 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-01-14, 03:37 PM by Brainpower.)
#2
You could use a .tk domain.
The website for that is: dot.tk
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2014-01-14, 04:26 PM,
#3
You could go to afraid dns, setup the domain with them and cloak it.
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2014-01-15, 09:45 AM,
#4
That is because you are only redirecting to the subdomain - blogspot.com
In their server, you are using their subdomain.

Go to your blogspot main page, find your blog and go to settings. There, you will be able to add a custom domain (namecheap top-level domain)

It will tell you the CNAME records you need to set up at your domain registrar, which is namecheap.

Name would be 'www' -- pointing to ghs.google.com.
You also have another one to set.

All this will do is point your http://www.domain.com to the blog. This is useful in-case you want things like 'blog.domain.com' to go to Blogspot, and the original 'domain.com' to go elsewhere. If you want domain.com to go to the blog, it won't unless you add an A record.

At namecheap, you need to add A records - which will point your 'domain.com' to Google.

The name of the record would be your domain name -- 'pointing to' would be Google IP addresses
216.239.32.21
216.239.34.21
216.239.36.21
216.239.38.21

So you should now have 4 A records setup

domain.com 216.239.32.21
domain.com 216.239.34.21
domain.com 216.239.36.21
domain.com 216.239.38.21

They are correct, because I have my domain (junk - not used) pointing to a blogger page for testing.


Then you access your site, it knows where to go for it, Google says "Okay, here is domain.com" (since you added it in settings) and it is delivered.

If you go to Blogspot settings, add your domain name, they will give you the CNAME settings. Again, if you want domain.com to point to your blog, follow the A record settings.
If you want 'blog.domain.com' to only go to the blog, you don't need to add A host records.
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2014-01-15, 10:52 AM,
#5
Wrong section. This is not a tutorial or share you are asking a question

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2014-01-15, 01:21 PM,
#6
Honestly why would you post this in the tutorial section????

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