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1/4/17
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Ad Pock

how do i get Blogger to point to my domain instead of eNom's parking page?

I can't see my blog anymore. According to enom (my domain host?) , my domain is currently pointed at enom's parking page, who told me to contact my hosting provider (presumably blogger?) for the proper records needed to point my domain at my website. How do I do that? 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Krishna .M
1/4/17
Krishna .M
Hi Pock,

Welcome to the Blogger Help Forum.

Could you please share us your blogspot and custom domain URL so that we can help you out?

Thank you.
1/5/17
Original Poster
Ad Pock
Thanks!

My Blogspot URL is adpock.com

Where would i find my custom domain URL?


1/5/17
Original Poster
Ad Pock
is it adpock.blogspot.com?

Krishna .M
1/5/17
Krishna .M
Thanks AdPock. It is the otherway around,
  1. adpock.com is the custom domain URL
  2. adpock.blogspot.com is the blogspot URL.
Ignore, if you wish.
https://intodns.com/adpock.com

Error Recursive Queries I could use the nameservers listed below to performe recursive queries. It may be that I am wrong but the chances of that are low. You should not have nameservers that allow recursive queries as this will allow almost anyone to use your nameservers and can cause problems. Problem record(s) are:
162.88.61.23
162.88.60.23
162.88.61.39
162.88.61.41
162.88.60.39

This is an error with your domain Registrar. Kindly show this to them and ask them for a fix. When you have your issues fixed with your registrar, kindly let us know. We can help you out only after that.

Kindly keep us posted. Thank you.
1/6/17
Original Poster
Ad Pock
okay, will do. Thanks!
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Krishna .M
3/29/17
Krishna .M
Hi Ahli Ruangan,

Please create a new thread for your issue so that we can sort it out there. Creating new thread will help us keep diagnosis information related to only one issue at only one place. I hope you understand.

Looking forward to your new thread. Thank you.
 
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