|My domain provider is 123 it wont let me verify to google. This has been going on for three weeks.||shell789||7/2/12 2:22 AM|
|Re: My domain provider is 123 it wont let me verify to google. This has been going on for three weeks.||Storms||7/2/12 8:18 AM|
Have you tried a meta tag?
|Re: My domain provider is 123 it wont let me verify to google. This has been going on for three weeks.||shell789||7/3/12 6:46 AM|
I have tried everything. 123 are no help at all
|Re: My domain provider is 123 it wont let me verify to google. This has been going on for three weeks.||Storms||7/3/12 10:09 AM|
Have you contacted your provider?
|webado||7/3/12 10:14 AM|
Who's building and managing your website? You or your hoster?
Who's managing yrou domain registration? You or your registrar?
If it is impossible to do either of these things:
1) upload a Google verification file to the website
2) add a Google verification meta tag to the homepage
3) add Google Analytics code to the homepage (and all other pages)
4) add a specific Google verification DNS TXT record to the domain registry
then you don't actually own either the domain or the website.
|EA Events||7/7/12 9:56 AM|
I have registered two domains with 123 and have added the DNS meta tag as instructed but the first domain still says the meta tag cant be found whilst the second says the file redirects to a disallowed location. When i press show location it says:
http://www.123-reg.co.uk/ but thats my registrar really dont understand and need this email account to be live in 2 days can someone please help???
|webado||7/7/12 10:19 AM|
There's no such thing as a DNS meta tag.
There is a Google verification meta tag which goes into the source code of the homepage, in the head section.
There is a Google DNS TXT record which is added to the domain registry.
What is your website url?
If all you're trying to do is us Gmail to provide email service for a domain you have the you have to ask in the Google Apps forum: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/apps
What you have to do depends on whether you have a website (and hosting) for the domain or using Google SItes for that.