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Registration of a new domain
Visit the Domains page. When you are asked, select the blogs you want to join. Type the name of the registered domainname in the field. Once the name is available, it will be displayed in a gray field below the query. Select whether you want to attach emails to your domains.
Complete the registry information for the specific domains. Refresh your domainname to be the prime domainname for your website on the Domains page. The old one will still work, but we will reroute your old one to your new one for you. In order to be able to register your domains, you must have an activated schedule on your website.
Every schedule includes a free of charge registry. But you can add as many extra dollars to the same website as you want, but you have to buy them seperately for extra dollars. For a complete listing of sponsored sites, click here. When you have already registrated a specific site at another location, you can assign your current site to your own site.
If you already have a website and want to have your blogs as a sub-domain of that website, you can also assign your website to a sub-domain. It is still possible to assign domain names with other enhancements to your website - all you have to do is sign them up with another registrar and then assign them to your website.
If you have already registred a website, you can also assign the website a different one. Identical Policies - The Domain Mapping Upgrade does not give you authorization to use advertisements, any kind of forbidden codes or extra topics or plug-ins. If your domainname contains language-specific signs such as û, Ä, ?, ??, ??, your domainname is an Internationalized Domainname (IDN).
There are two ways to sign up for a domainname: either open or privat. Until now, the registrants' contacts for non-registered registrants have led to this information being publically posted in the WHOIS. GDPR has, however, led to changes in the WHOIS that in many cases have prevented the publication of your personal information, regardless of whether you are adding a personal registry to your top-level Domain Name or not.
The addition of a personal registry also with GDPR protections brings some extra advantages. For more information, please visit the page Registrations and Privacy. Visit the Domains page. When you are asked, select the blogs you want to join. Type the name of the registered domainname in the field.
When you don't have a particular keyword in your head, you can also look for keywords, and we will suggest several different choices that correspond to your keywords. It is also possible to click on the Further enhancements button if you want to use one of our enhancements to look for your keywords correspondingly.
Once the top-level domains are available, they are displayed below the query field. Use the Refresh button to browse to the available domains. Decide whether you want to attach an e-mail to your domains by selecting Attach e-mail or No thanks. To learn more about how to set up e-mail for a new domain, see the Adding e-mail page.
Complete the registry information for the specific domains. The information must be accurate and you must check that you have the e-mail addresses. When you want to Upgrade your Home Registry, click the Add Privacy icon. To adhere to the default registry for publicly held domains, click the Publish my information icon.
When you have credit on your bankroll, you will see a notice about how your domains are bought with credit. Refresh your domainname to be the prime domainname for your website on the Domains page. Choose the domains you want to enable and click Make Primary on the next screen. Do this.
All of these will make your blogs available from all of these different sites; the primary site is the one that actually seems to be your site in the web browser list. Unless you see your blogs immediately on the new domainname, please give some free space for the DNS changes to spread. If you are enrolling a domainname, make sure you use a legitimate e-mail in the enrollment information.
You will be sent an e-mail alert asking you to check your e-mail adress. Make sure you keep an overview of your e-mail after registering theomainname. We will send you this e-mail alert for all your domains purchased, both public and private. A sample e-mail alert is listed below:
In case you do not get this e-mail message, please do not delay contacting our technical assistance. In general, this information is deemed necessary for you to enter into a Domains Agreement with us. E-mail will be sent to the subscriber's e-mail account if permission for additional information items is needed.
There is no need for you to agree to provide your information to register your domains here. Find out more about registering domains, protecting your personal information and administering your permission here.