Today In this Article I will Tell you in Detailed How to set up the Cloudflare CDN for a Blogger blog with a custom domain. You Can Easily Setup Cloudflare for your Blogger blog. Its So Simple, You Can do the Complete Setup in Less than Five Minutes.
Follow these Steps to Enable Cloudflare CDN for Your Blogger blog
- Visit cloudflare.com and Create A Free Cloudflare Account
- Login to Your Cloud Flare Account
- Now Add Your Domain By Clicking on ADD Site, Type your Blog Address as Shown in the Image.
- Select the Free Plan.
- Now You Have to ADD DNS Records.
- To Get DNS Records Sign-in to Your Blogger Account, Goto Settings->Click on Set up a third-party URL for your blog
- Type Your Domain Name with www added to it and Click on Save
- You Will Gets DNS Settings.
- Enter Those DNS Details in CloudFlare
- Also Add these 4 A Records in Your DNS. Click Next
- Change Your Old NameServers With CloudFlare NameServers at You Domain Registrar
- Then Goto Blogger and Click on Save
- If its asks to verify your authority to the domain on Blogger. You can do Verify it by Adding a TXT Record through the Google Search Console. See the Image Above
- Add the TXT Record to Your CloudFlare DNS
- After Adding TXT Record, Comeback to Google Console and Verify Domain Ownership by Clicking on Verify
- You will get a Message Showing Your site is Verified. Click Continue.
- Click on Set up a third-party URL for your blog. Enter Your Domain Address. Click On Save. Its Done.
The Setup is Completed Now. Cloud Flare in Now Enabled On Your Blogger Blog.
Also Do not Forget to Redirect the Domain. As Shown in below Image Click on Edit and Redirect your normal domain to www
Final Step: This is Important – Prevent Cloudflare SSL Handshake Failure Error
When using Cloudflare with Blogger, It causes SSL handshake failure and makes the website inaccessible. We can easily prevent it by disabling HTTPS on Blogger dashboard. Goto Setting=>Turn OFF HTTPS
After Disabling HTTPS at Blogger Dashboard Go to CloudFlare=>SSL=>Edge Certificates
Turn ON Always Use HTTPS
Finally Completed the Full Setup. Now You are On Cloud Flare With No Issues.
And If You Face Any Problem in Setup or Having Any Doubt, Be Free to Comment Below. I will try to Help you in Solving the Problem.