09 October 2012

How to add your blogger custom domain in BIGROCK??

9:35 AM By Gaurav Sharma , , ,

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Why I am writing this post??
Hello friends… first before the start of my post today, I must have to thank you all for giving me such a great response to all my previous posts. This type of response has encouraged me to write more about serious blogging. So, for that I bought a new domain www.comfuge.org from BigRock.com on that day. After getting my first domain, I realize that adding a domain in your blogger.com account is not an easy task for the beginners. So today, I am discussing about the steps involved in adding your custom domain in blogger account..
What are the steps involved to add your custom domain in blogger account??
After completing the formalities of paying money for purchasing a new domain from BigRock.com.
The steps which are involved in adding the custom domain are given below step-wise:-
STEP 1- Type this URL (http://www.bigrock.com) in your URL box, and then enter it. A webpage has been opened as shown below
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STEP 2:- at above of the page, there is a box (highlighted) in which you can find “MY ACCOUNT”. Click on that button and a new tab will be opened as shown below
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STEP 3:-Type your username and password, which had mentioned by you in the domain registration form. After login, a new web page of a heading LIST OF ORDER is loaded as shown below. On that list, you can find your purchased domain (Click on that button).
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STEP 4:-A new tab will be appearing in your browser in which you can find out your DNS MANAGEMENT option, which is present on the right hand side sidebar as shown below. (Click on it)
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STEP 5:- after clicking on that option, it takes out you to the Manage DNS option as shown above (Click on it).
STEP 6:- a new tab will be opened in your browser, where you can find CNAME Records option on the menus of that webpage as shown below. (Click on it)
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STEP 7:- Add two CNAME records, for the First CNAME record the value is as given below:-
Host name   : www
Value            : Click on the check box in front of "( Type in a fully qualified domain name eg, abc.qpr.com )"                                                              and enter ghs.google.com in this field.
TTL            : Enter 28800 as TTL in this box.
For the Second CNAME record the value is as given below:-
Host name  : PHWJNFQPOAL4
Value       :  gv- NESL5LWSTUTM7XYRUQ6BJ4WWD6UH6C5Q66OE42GXIJR2HBKCKMDQ.domainverify.googlehosted.com
TTL          : Enter 28800 as TTL in this box.
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STEP 8:- after adding CNAME records, you have to add four A records (which is given on the above menus). The main use of adding this A records is that you can link your naked domain (example.com) to your actual domain (www.example.com). If you skip this step, visitors who leave off the "www" will see an error page on their browsers. Add four A record as given below:-
Host name :    leaves it blank for every A record
Destination IPv4 Address   : 216.239.32.21, 216.239.34.21, 216.239.36.21, 216.239.38.21 use each and different IP address for each A records.
TTL  :  Enter 28800 as TTL in this box for all four A records.
You can see the format of A record submission as shown below…
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STEP 9:- After adding all A records and CNAME records, open your blog account setting in blogger.com (you can see a page as shown below)
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Go to publishing setting, choose Add a custom domain option and enter your new domain address and save it as shown below..

Tips and Suggestions
·         It takes some time for the activation of all your A records and CNAME records, so when you are adding your custom domain after making you’re a records  and CNAME records. It’s showing some error.
·         For the activation of your naked domain (example.com), it takes some days to activate.
If you have any queries related to this topic, you can post your comment below….

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