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When I published the site, it connected to the default URL and not my public domain. That registered with Google and now when I pull up Google Search Console, its got seabass-tuatara-97zt.squarespace.com and not stxvending.com. I am unable to find how to go into the DNS record for stxvending.com and insert the string that Google Search Console looks for to verify my ownership of the site.

Do I just disconnect the public domain and reconnect it and plug in the string? I've never done this before so, just want to make sure if I pull the domain offline to do this, its the right thing to do.

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You shouldn't need to remove your domain.

Where do you have the domain registered?

What verification have you got from GSC?

https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9008080?hl=en#zippy=%2Cdomain-name-provider

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