- Log into account on http://smallbusiness.yahoo.com
- Select the "Manage" tab
- Select the "File Manager" tab and create a new directory
- If desired, the directory could be made private which would
restrict access to users that have permission
- Select "Manage Subdomains"
- Create a new subdomain (e.g. naturallogofx)
- Ensure that the subdomain is pointed to the correct directory
- Select "Advanced DNS Settings"
- Create CNAME record
Source: naturallogofx Destination: ghs.google.com
- At this point my Blogger account reported that my new subdomain was properly configured. However, the Blogger instructions indicate that making A records is useful, but when I tried the following the CNAME record was deleted and Blogger reported bad configuration
- Create A records
Source: naturallogofx Destination: 184.108.40.206
Repeat for the following IP addresses
- 220.127.116.11 Reading the instructions more carefully it might be that this particular configuration would be useful if the blog is the main content on the original domain.
- If desired, the directory could be made private which would restrict access to users that have permission