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WordPress Hosting DNS, Want to use Google Apps (6 posts)

  1. LaceySue
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I have NameCheap hosting my site but there is an option to transfer your DNS to WordPress. Which I did.

    Now I want to set up my google app (to use the gmail for my site) and there is no way to access my DNS on my self-hosted WordPress. How do I get Google Apps to recognize/approve of my site if I cannot use the DNS edit way?

    Would appreciate any help/suggestions!

    Thanks!
    L

  2. The only WordPress hosting of DNS is done on http://wordpress.com. You'd have to go there. This forum is for self hosted WP help only.

  3. LaceySue
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    This is for WP not WP.com. I got Google Apps to work BUT now my site is down and I can't access my WP HQ.

    L

  4. Yes, but as I said, WORDPRESS.COM is the only place you can get DNS hosting.

    I have NameCheap hosting my site but there is an option to transfer your DNS to WordPress. Which I did.

    Do you mean you transferred your domain registration to WordPress or just that you pointed your DNS to the servers where you installed WP?

  5. LaceySue
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I apologize. Yes there was a one click option to point your DNS to WP. Then I transfered DNS back to NC (which was obviously the mistake) to edit the DNS to verify for Google Apps.

    I then went to transfered the "DNS back to Host" and now I cannot access anything WP (site or HQ).

  6. http://alaceyperspective.com/ is your site? it looks like it's fine and available to me.

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