Chaning the extenion of domain name
Is there a way of changing the domain extension say from eloudianos.com to eloudianos.gr using wordpress?
The blog I need help with is eloudianos.wordpress.com.
Have you purchased domain mapping from eloudianos.wordpress.com to eloudianos.com or not?
Do you own the domain eloudianos.gr or not?
reference link: domain mapping upgrade
Thanks for your reply.
Yes i do own eloudianos.wordpress.com, but my site is in Greek and i want it to end in eloudianos.gr. Would i have to purchase eloudianos.com through wordpress and then eloudianos.gr seperatly?
You would need to register eloudianos.gr with someone else other than WordPress.COM – they can’t register the .gr extension – you would then need a zone record for the name before the domain mapping could be done.
eloudianos.com is a separate issue but it could be registered with WordPress.COM and then mapped to your existing blog.
Both names can be mapped to the same base blog at the same time (you would need to pay for two domain mapping upgrades)
Thanks for everything guys, you have really helped me.
Just one more thing. So lets say i have purchased the domain name eloudianos.gr and then mapped thought to eloudianos.wordpress.com, would the domain name eloudianos.wordpress.com at any time come up while the user is visiting my site? for example while the site is first loading or when the user is going from one page to another?
excuse me for my persistence but i was reading an article that said it could seriously damage my SEO
Your visitors will only see eloudianos.gr unless they access something like a picture then they see something like – your- base-name.files.wordpress.com
your old WordPress.COM URL will also work and when visitors get to your site it changes to the mapped URL.
Click on my name and you can see what it looks like in action as I have a mapped domain name here. @timethief & @airoddyese also have mapped domains to their base blog.
What about jquery?
Doubt that will work either – read the link I gave you above – it shows the allowed code.
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