How to use my domain with my Blogger account?

In order to set your domain to your Blogger account, you need to take several simple steps:


    1. Set your domain within your Blogger account.

      Once you login to your Blogger account you need to click on Settings tab and choose Basic.

    2. Then you will need to click on Add a custom domain button under Blog Address field in Publishing section:

    3. Once this is done, you will see a field to put your domain name in. Input the domain name and click Save button


Note: blogs are not to be placed on bare domains (like yourdomain.tld), so you need to input a subdomain, for example, or

  1. Once the page refreshes, you will see two CNAME records which should be created in your domain’s Zone File

  2. Now you may create necessary records for your domain in your ServingReseller account
- You need to sign into your account, mouse over your Namecheap username on the black bat at the top of the page, then click Manage Domainson the drop-down menu;

- Click on the domain itself (please make sure to click on the domain, not just check box next to it);

- Click DNS Managment in the Right-hand menu.

- In the www field you put and choose CNAME as a record type from the menu.

- Enter the value listed under Name, Label, or Host field in "Host Name" field, verification string ( listed under Destination, Target, or Points To field in "IP Address/URL" field and select CNAME from the "Record type" drop-down menu under "Subdomains Settings"

- Then please click Save Changes button at the bottom of the page.

You may see an example of settings below:

Now Click on Configure Now

Than Click on Fix Nameservers Automatically 

And that's it! It may take up to a couple of hours for Blogger to verify settings created for your domain.

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