FAQ: What do I do if my DNS Provider does not accept the “@” symbol?

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What do I do if my DNS Provider does not accept the “@” symbol?

If your DNS provider does not accept the “@” symbol, then your TXT record will need to be added with your root domain as the hostname. The “@” symbol is just the shorthand method to achieve the same result (i.e, placement of a TXT record on the root domain). For example, the record would simply be:

Type: TXT
Hostname: YOURWEBSITE.COM
Value: klaviyo-site-verification=YOUR_PUBLIC_API_KEY

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