Configuring your domain name for Google's Blogger service

You are reading this message because you have a blog with Google's Blogger service and have registered a domain name with Web4Africa that you intend to use with the blog.

For your domain name to work with Blogger.com, Google requires that your domain name be pointed to the following DNS records:

A RECORDs

216.239.32.21
216.239.34.21
216.239.36.21
216.239.38.21

CNAME RECORD

ghs.google.com
The domain ownership verification token must also be entered as a CNAME record.

You can easily do this from our Client Area but first you must make sure that the domain name is pointed to the following nameservers:

ns5.web4africa.com
ns6.web4africa.com
ns7.web4africa.com
ns8.web4africa.com

Nameservers

The DNS records should appear as seen below:

DNS records

Finally, remember to setup your blog at the blogger.com control panel to use the domain name.

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