Sub-Domains

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  • #721605

    plee7
    Member

    I have domain name (from namecheap) that is currently pointed to WordPress servers. On WordPress I have two blogs. One is Brynmorwydd and the other Thymes of Change. When you go to paulinealee.com you are directed to Brynmorwydd, which is what I want. I now want Thymes of Change to have it’s own domain or rather sub-domain. Is this something I do on wordpress?

    The blog I need help with is brynmorwydd.wordpress.com.

    #721720

    timethief
    Member

    See this page for the steps needed to map a subdomain to a WordPress.com site:
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/domain-mapping/map-subdomain/

    #721723

    plee7
    Member

    I have previously bought the domain mapping upgrade for the Brynmorwydd blog, will I have to purchase a second upgrade?

    #721725

    timethief
    Member

    Yes.

    Mapping a subdomain with the Domain Mapping Upgrade costs $12.00 per subdomain, per blog, per year.

    #721726

    plee7
    Member

    ok thanks!

    #721729

    timethief
    Member

    You’re welcome.

    #721738

    plee7
    Member

    one more question, sorry :) Once I have my blog directed to a sub-domain, if someone is searching for my site do they have to type: sub-domain.domainname.com? Or just the sub-domain name alone?

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