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Once the NS records are added it can take up to 24 hours for the changes to take effect, so things might not seem to work instantaneously – that's normal! You can monitor the status of the update from My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains - %1$s . You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Once the NS records are added it can take up to 24 hours for the changes to take effect, so things might not seem to work instantaneously – that's normal! You can monitor the status of the update from My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains - %1$s .

Once the NS records are added it can take up to 24 hours for the changes to take effect, so things might not seem to work instantaneously – that's normal! You can monitor the status of the update from My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains - %1$s .

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These settings are what link your subdomain to your site and must be changed with your domain registrar – the company you purchased your domain from. You'll need to add NS records: something you can do following the steps outlined in this support guide - %1$s . You have to log in to add a translation. Details

These settings are what link your subdomain to your site and must be changed with your domain registrar – the company you purchased your domain from. You'll need to add NS records: something you can do following the steps outlined in this support guide - %1$s .

These settings are what link your subdomain to your site and must be changed with your domain registrar – the company you purchased your domain from. You'll need to add NS records: something you can do following the steps outlined in this support guide - %1$s .

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Once the NS records are added it can take up to 24 hours for the changes to take effect, so things might not seem to work instantaneously – that's normal! You can monitor the status of the update from <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Once the NS records are added it can take up to 24 hours for the changes to take effect, so things might not seem to work instantaneously – that's normal! You can monitor the status of the update from <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains</a>.

Once the NS records are added it can take up to 24 hours for the changes to take effect, so things might not seem to work instantaneously – that's normal! You can monitor the status of the update from <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains</a>.

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These settings are what link your subdomain to your site and must be changed with your domain registrar – the company you purchased your domain from. You'll need to add NS records: something you can do following the steps outlined in <a href="%1$s">this support guide</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

These settings are what link your subdomain to your site and must be changed with your domain registrar – the company you purchased your domain from. You'll need to add NS records: something you can do following the steps outlined in <a href="%1$s">this support guide</a>.

These settings are what link your subdomain to your site and must be changed with your domain registrar – the company you purchased your domain from. You'll need to add NS records: something you can do following the steps outlined in <a href="%1$s">this support guide</a>.

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Once the name servers or A records are updated it can take up to 72 hours for the changes to take effect, so things might not seem to work instantaneously -- that's normal! You can monitor the status of the update from <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Once the name servers or A records are updated it can take up to 72 hours for the changes to take effect, so things might not seem to work instantaneously -- that's normal! You can monitor the status of the update from <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains</a>.

Once the name servers or A records are updated it can take up to 72 hours for the changes to take effect, so things might not seem to work instantaneously -- that's normal! You can monitor the status of the update from <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains</a>.

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If you'd prefer you may use NS or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s - %1$s. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

If you'd prefer you may use NS or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s - %1$s.

If you'd prefer you may use NS or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s - %1$s.

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If you'd prefer you may use CNAME or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s - %1$s. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

If you'd prefer you may use CNAME or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s - %1$s.

If you'd prefer you may use CNAME or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s - %1$s.

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> I would like to map a subdomain of my domain to my site hosted at WordPress.com. I want to use the subdomain %1$s. Can you please add NS records to point that subdomain to the name servers %2$s? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

> I would like to map a subdomain of my domain to my site hosted at WordPress.com. I want to use the subdomain %1$s. Can you please add NS records to point that subdomain to the name servers %2$s?

> I would like to map a subdomain of my domain to my site hosted at WordPress.com. I want to use the subdomain %1$s. Can you please add NS records to point that subdomain to the name servers %2$s?

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Alternatively, you can also map your domain by using A records and pointing them to WordPress.com's servers.We strongly recommend using name servers to point your domain to us. However, there are cases where using A records may be preferable. You can find the details and values for using A records in My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s - %1$s. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Alternatively, you can also map your domain by using A records and pointing them to WordPress.com's servers.We strongly recommend using name servers to point your domain to us. However, there are cases where using A records may be preferable. You can find the details and values for using A records in My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s - %1$s.

Alternatively, you can also map your domain by using A records and pointing them to WordPress.com's servers.We strongly recommend using name servers to point your domain to us. However, there are cases where using A records may be preferable. You can find the details and values for using A records in My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s - %1$s.

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If you'd prefer you may use NS or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

If you'd prefer you may use NS or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s</a>.

If you'd prefer you may use NS or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s</a>.

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Please add the following CNAME record: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Please add the following CNAME record:

Please add the following CNAME record:

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If you'd prefer you may use CNAME or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

If you'd prefer you may use CNAME or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s</a>.

If you'd prefer you may use CNAME or A Records to point your domain to WordPress.com servers. You can find instructions for these options in <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s</a>.

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I would like to map a subdomain of my domain to my site hosted at WordPress.com. I want to use the subdomain %1$s. Can you please add NS records to point that subdomain to the name servers %2$s? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

I would like to map a subdomain of my domain to my site hosted at WordPress.com. I want to use the subdomain %1$s. Can you please add NS records to point that subdomain to the name servers %2$s?

I would like to map a subdomain of my domain to my site hosted at WordPress.com. I want to use the subdomain %1$s. Can you please add NS records to point that subdomain to the name servers %2$s?

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Please add the following NS records: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Please add the following NS records:

Please add the following NS records:

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Alternatively, you can also map your domain by using A records and pointing them to WordPress.com's servers. We strongly recommend using name servers to point your domain to us. However, there are cases where using A records may be preferable. You can find the details and values for using A records in <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Alternatively, you can also map your domain by using A records and pointing them to WordPress.com's servers. We strongly recommend using name servers to point your domain to us. However, there are cases where using A records may be preferable. You can find the details and values for using A records in <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s</a>.

Alternatively, you can also map your domain by using A records and pointing them to WordPress.com's servers. We strongly recommend using name servers to point your domain to us. However, there are cases where using A records may be preferable. You can find the details and values for using A records in <a href="%1$s">My Site -> Upgrades -> Domains -> %2$s</a>.

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