How To Set Up Your Blogger Domain To TLD Using Namcheap

If you want to have your own web, Blogger is one of so many solution available out here. Blogger is  a popular blogging platform of choice by so many blogger around the world including me. I created this blog using Blogger service, you can create your own too in no time.

This post will cover how you can pointing your purchased domain on Namecheap to your Blogger blog. I will make this tutorial simpler and easy to understand. Without further ado, pleas follow the step below carefully, repeat it if you miss one of the step.

1. First, we assuming you already have a Namecheap account and Namecheap domain you purchased on it, if you didn't have account and domain on Namecheap , you can read this post how to create a namecheap account here

Now sign in using your username and password

2. If you succesfully loged in, Now you are in namecheap dashboard you will se list of your purchased domain, on the right side of your domain click the Manage button

3. Your on management domain page, you choose Namecheap basic DNS on Nameserver field

4. Open new tab and log in to, click on Setting -> Basic on left side menu, you will see your settings for your blog, then click on setup a third party for your blog, under publishing section

5. now type in your namecheap purchased domain on blog address field, for example

Note that you must include www in front of your domain name. Then click save.

6. After saving was succeed, you will some detail configuration for your domain, like the picture below. Then switch to your namecheap tab, the previous tab.

7. Here is namecheap you previously open, click the advanced DNS tab. Then fill in the configuration you have, based on your blogger configuration on step 6.

8. This process will take couples of minutes, so you just need to wait for about 3-5 minutes. After that you go to your blogger Settings again, then save.

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