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   - Following your hosting provider'​s documentation,​ to configure a new CNAME record with the following information:​   - Following your hosting provider'​s documentation,​ to configure a new CNAME record with the following information:​
       - Name (Host): *       - Name (Host): *
-      - TTL: Use your provider default. If your provider doesn'​t have a default, please use 14400. 
-      - Type: CNAME 
-      - Record (Value): ecomm-dns-verify.corebridge.net 
-  - Save the entry. 
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-**Create CNAME Record (For www Only)** 
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-For your custom URL to work with both www and without, you’ll also need to create a special CNAME record for the **www** ​ version of the custom URL you're planning to use. In our examples, this option is only valid for **www.yourstore.com**. To do this, you’ll need to log into your domain/web hosting provider’s account management site that controls your domain’s DNS records. 
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-  - Log into your hosting provider and navigate to the section where you can manage your domain'​s DNS settings. 
-  - Following your hosting provider'​s documentation,​ to configure a new CNAME record with the following information:​ 
-      - Name (Host): Enter in the subdomain you want to use for this CNAME record. For example, __**www**__ ​ would be entered based on the example above. Most providers, such as GoDaddy, will auto-append your domain. If your provider requires the full web address, please type it manually. The full name should look something like this: **www.yourstore.com** ​ where **yourstore.com** ​ is your actual domain. 
       - TTL: Use your provider default. If your provider doesn'​t have a default, please use 14400.       - TTL: Use your provider default. If your provider doesn'​t have a default, please use 14400.
       - Type: CNAME       - Type: CNAME