Blogger Custom Domain: How to Add Second CNAME on Namecheap

Blogging, How-To, Tips and Tricks
Here is How to Use NameCheap Domain Name on your .blogspot Blogs! But unlike before, Blogger will ask you to update DNS settings with the two CNAMES provided: Note that second CNAME varies for each domain name. So here is how your setup should look like: Don't forget to save your new DNS settings. Wait for 10 minutes or so before you save the changes on your Blogger dashboard since it will take time for the Namecheap changes to take place.
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NameCheap Earth Day Promo: Only $5.98 for Domain Transfer

Blogging, Money-Saving Tips
Looking for the cheapest domain renewal fee? Why not transfer your domain names to Namecheap? Whether it is an expiring or non-expiring domain, you can transfer your domain for only $5.98 for one year. Support Earth Day celebration and save money by using Namecheap promo code today! Today, in honor of Earth Day, Namecheap offers two great deals: You can transfer a domain for only $5.98* and/or get a shared hosting package at 60% off*(excludes business hosting). For every transfer or hosting package sold, we’ll donate $1 to an eco-wise charitable organization. And when the number of transfers/hosting packages sold tops 1000, we’ll double the donation amount. Namecheap coupon codes for Earth Day 2014: CONSERVENOW or WATER4LIFE depending on the charity of your choice. Get more savings by using Namecheap coupon codes for 2014! Then…
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1and1.com Domain Transfer – Authorization Code

Blogging, How-To, Tips and Tricks
During domain transfer, there will be times that you will be asked to enter the authorization code or EPP code depending on your registrar. For 1and1.com domains, here is where you can find the Authorization code: To get your 1and1 Authorization code: 1. Login to your 1and1 account. If you have only one package, you will be directed to the Administration page. For more than one package, just select the package you would like to view. 2. Click "Domains" link under Domains & Webspace. 3. Check the box next to the domain and click the Info button. 4. Take note or copy the Auth code.
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How To Transfer Domain from NameCheap to GoDaddy

Blogging, How-To
Transferring a domain to GoDaddy can be summarized in three easy steps: 1. Enter the domain name you'd like to transfer 2. After purchase, check your email to authorize 3. Receive email confirmation of successful transfer But here are the detailed steps if you are transferring domain from Namecheap to GoDaddy: A. Preparing for Domain Transfer through Namecheap Account 1. Login to your Namecheap account. 2. Click "My Account" drop-down menu and select "Manage Domains". 3. Click the domain you would like to modify. 4. Under "General" menu on the left side bar, click "Registrar Lock". 5. Set the radio button to "Release the registrar lock so that the domain can be transferred to some other registrar". This will unlock/allow domain transfer. 6. Click "Save Changes" button. 7. Click "Get…
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How to Setup a Newly Pushed Namecheap Domain

Blogging, How-To
Here's how to change the DNS (Domain Name Server) of a newly pushed domain in your Namecheap account: 1. Login to your Namecheap account. 2. Click “My Account” drop-down menu and select “Manage Domains”. 3. Click the domain you would like to modify. 4. Under "General" menu on the left side bar, click "Transfer DNS to Webhost". [caption id="attachment_908" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Transfer DNS to Webhost"][/caption] 5. Specify the Domain Name Server you would like to use. You can always add or change name server here. 6. Click "Save Changes" button. [caption id="attachment_909" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Namecheap DNS Setup"][/caption]
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Authorization Code in Namecheap Domain Transfer

How-To
By default, Domain Push Settings at Namecheap is set to "Requires Authorization code" for security purposes. With this, no one can push a domain to your account without your knowledge or consent. Transfer of domain ownership should always be of mutual agreement. So how can you authorize someone to push the domain? 1. Login to your Namecheap account. 2. Click "My Account" drop-down menu and select "Manage Profile". 3. Click "Push Settings" under "Other Settings" on the left navigation menu. 4. Get the "one time use code" or set a permanent code and provide it to the person who wish to push the domain. [caption id="attachment_887" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Authorization Code in Namecheap Domain Transfer"][/caption] If you don't want to use any authorization code at all, simply select "Allow All". This…
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