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    How To Setup Custom Domain for Blogger Platform Blog

    How To Setup Custom Domain for Blogger Platform Blog

    On this occasion, I would like to share my experience on how to setup custom domain for blogger platform blog.

    A few days ago I registered my domain on niagahoster, so the setup I will write this time is a custom domain setup for blogger on niagahoster.

    The steps to setup custom domain on blogger are as follows:

    1. The first step, We have to log in to our blogger account and click Settings - Basic on the left panel of the blogger dashboard - click + Setup a 3rd party URL for your blog. See the picture.

    2. Type your domain address on the third party domain settings box. (eg: www.yourdomain.com) - click Save. See the picture.

    3. Then, an error message will appear saying that we need to locate our Domain Name System (DNS) settings and enter the two CNAMEs on our domain registrar's website. Please copy the two CNAMEs given. Look at the picture.

    4. Next, Log in to our domain registrar's website - click DNS management tab - click Custom Blogspot button.

    5. A custom domain window for your domain will appear - paste the first CNAME in box 1 and paste the second CNAME in box 2 - click save changes. this change takes about 1 - 5 minutes.

    If we click the DNS Management Tab again, the result will be shown like this.

    6. Now be back again to the Settings tab - Basic on the left panel of the blogger dashboard - verify your ownership of this domain with a TXT record through the Google Search Console by following the link here. See the picture.

    7. Next, a new window will appear - click Select your domain registrar or provider.

    8. Then click Other

    9. Next, click add CNAME record

    10. And then click verify.

    11. Now your domain has been verified - click Continue and you'll be redirected back to the blogger dashboard.

    It's all set. Just view your blog. It will be shown in a new TLD domain address.

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