Hi, @emrosales. The issue here is that when I query for these DNS records, nothing is found. I in now way think you are trying to trick me at all but screenshots can be faked so the screenshot itself cannot be used.
DNS is a public protocol. Anyone anywhere in the world with an internet connection should be able to make a DNS query for this record to confirm it. I just need you to tell me what DNS record you created.
Based on the screenshot, it appears the record is a TXT type DNS record with a name of:
However, when I query for either record, nothing is found:
$ dig +noall +answer verified-for-netlify.offyoucode.co.uk TXT
$ dig +noall +answer verified-for-netlify.ericrosales.offyoucode.co.uk TXT
ftp and other records above do work, for example:
$ dig +noall +answer ftp.ericrosales.offyoucode.co.uk
ftp.ericrosales.offyoucode.co.uk. 14399 IN A 126.96.36.199
That A record works but the TXT records above do not.
I also noticed an additional ‘.’ character at the end of the string
verified-for-netlify in the screenshot. Note it isn’t possible for me to query for
.ericrosales.offyoucode.co.uk as this puts two ‘.’ characters in a row which isn’t allowed by the DNS specification:
$ dig +noall +answer verified-for-netlify..ericrosales.offyoucode.co.uk TXT
dig: 'verified-for-netlify..ericrosales.offyoucode.co.uk' is not a legal name (empty label)
So, you might need to remove that dot or otherwise make a change to get the DNS record looking. To check if it is working for other people, you can test using one of the two URLs below (whichever matches the record you make):
If there are other questions, please let us know.