How to connect your domain to Blogger
Want to connect your Porkbun domain to your Blogger account? No problem!
According to this article from Google ( here), you may need to create two CNAME records to connect your domain. Luckily, our Quick DNS Config tool makes this easy to add. Let's get started!
- Log in. You should arrive at the Domain Management screen. If you already logged in, click on ACCOUNT in the top-right corner, then select Domain Management.
Locate the domain you wish to update. Click the "Details" button to the far right of your domain, displaying the domain Details area. Then go to the DNS Records section and select "Edit."
- On the MANAGE DNS RECORDS pop-up, scroll down till you see our Quick DNS Config section.
- In the Quick DNS Config section, select the "Blogger" button.
- A pop-up will appear asking if you are sure you want to reconfigure your domain's DNS records. Select the blue "OK" button to continue.
- You will be redirected to the ADDITIONAL DNS REQUIREMENTS pop-up window. Blogger may require that you enter another CNAME record called a "Security CNAME". If it's not required for your Blogger site, you may close this pop-up.
- If it is required, Blogger will display it in your account as "Name: XXX, Destination: XXX".
"Name" will be what you enter for the Host and "Destination" will be what you enter for the Answer. It may look something like this:
- Once you have entered the "Security CNAME", you can select the blue "Submit" button to submit it.
- A success message will appear, letting you know that we were able to update your DNS records. You should now see your DNS records successfully updated to the Blogger DNS under Current Records.
That's it! You should now be connected to Blogger. You'll need to wait at least an hour for the DNS records to update.