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    How to Turn on HTTPS for Blogger Blog with Custom Domain

     

    How to Turn on HTTPS for Blogger Blog with Custom Domain


    To turn on HTTPS, go to Settings and Look for the "HTTPS" section, there will be two settings as shown below.


    Both settings are  self explanatory and will be disabled  by default. Start by turning on the setting "HTTPS availability". This should result in a message being displayed "Status : Pending. HTTPS Availability is being processed. Try again later." Don't panic. What this means is just Blogger processing the request backend. Give it about an hour before refreshing and the message should change to "Status: Available".

    Lets Learn How to create a Custom domain:

    1. First Choose a Domain Registrar
    2. Then Buy a dmain there, I've given some registrar link below.
    3. Once you the domain go to Blogger -> Settings. 
    4. Go to Option Publishing.

         5. Click on Custom Domain and Provide your custom domain name and save.
    6. You can Directly buy a domain from google using "Buy A DOMAIN" option.
    7. If you buy a domain from Google then go to Google Domains Page. You should see your Blooger Website attached to your domain under website option.




    8.  You need patience Now.  Just Enable the HTTPS availablity option Now.
    9. Once it is active, it is time to check for any issues on your website. Start by confirming that HTTPS is indeed loading. In your browser, you should see the "Secure" pad lock and https in the address like below.

    https enables



    10. You can now also turn on the setting "HTTPS redirect" if you want to enforce HTTPS, which is highly recommended anyway.

    If you buy Domain from Any other registrar, then add following Entries and Follow the Steps 8..10.

    1. Login to your Domain account cpanel.
    2. In the Dashboard page, look for your domain and click on the Manage button.
    3. Add Host Records. Remove any CNAME records there and add the following. You may need to add one CNAME record first before you can remove the old entries.
    • CNAME Record (Host: www, Value: ghs.google.com, TTL: 30 min)
    • CNAME Record (the unique CNAME record for your blog, TTL: 30min)
    • A Record (Host: @, Value: 216.239.32.21, TTL: Automatic)
    • A Record (Host: @, Value: 216.239.34.21, TTL: Automatic)
    • A Record (Host: @, Value: 216.239.36.21, TTL: Automatic)
    • A Record (Host: @, Value: 216.239.38.21, TTL: Automatic)ns.com

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