This tutorial is for all those who are already using Custom Domains with Blogger. If you already have a blogger blog at some Custom domain like www.yourdomain.com , then you might want to add a sub domains to this custom domain like blog.yourdomain.com gallery.yourdomain.com etc. An example of such a sub-domain is bloggertemplates.bloggerplugins.org It is a blogger powered blog, which i created on the sub-domain. In order to create blogs at sub-domains, you need to create CNAME records for the same.
Create Sub Domain on a Blogger Custom Domain
Here we will learn how we can add a new sub domain to your blogger custom domain blog. As an example we will learn how to create a sub domain blog.yourdomain.com to your custom domain blog. (If you have need some other sub-domain change blog with what you want). To do that we need to create a CNAME record.
1. blog.yourdomain.com pointing to ghs.google.com
If you are having a self hosted website, then you will have to create this CNAME Record with your Web Host.You might be able to do it from the “Simple DNS Zone Editor” in most cPanels. If you don’t have such an option, contact your Web Host and ask them to create these two CNAME records for you.After creating this record with your webhost(and after it has propagated), publish your BlogSpot blog to that sub domain(Skip the tutorials for CNAME Creation on Different domain Registrars. They are not applicable for Self hosted Websites)
If you don’t have a self hosted website,then to create the CNAME you need to login to your domain control panel. Different Registrars have different interfaces(we have listed 4 of them here) but the basic thing is that you need to create the CNAME Record. If you bought the domain via blogger, then you have to first login to Google APPS to get into your Domain Control panel
If you bought the domain from Blogger
If you bought the domain from within Blogger, then you have to get into your domain control panel. To do that go to
you will have to replace yourdomain.com with your domain name. From the Google APPS dashboard, Go to Domain Settings > Domain Names and click on Advanced DNS Settings. From the new page, Sign in to DNS Console(of Enom or Godaddy with the username and password that you get from here.)
CNAME Creation on Different Registrars
1. Creating CNAME on Enom
1.Login to your Enom account(If you signed in from Google APPS, you can directly proceed to sep 4)
2.From the drop-down menu at the Domains tab, select My Domain and you will be directed to the Manage Domains page.
3.Click on your domain name
4.To add a CNAME record, click NEW ROW.
5.Enter blog as Host Name , ghs.google.com as Address and CNAME as Record Type
2. Creating CNAME on Godaddy
Godaddy has come up with a simple Tool which will automatically create the CNAME records for you. So if you are on Godaddy just Go to this Go Daddy tool
Enter your Subdomain name there e.g. : blog.yourdomain.com
(Use the correct sub-domain where you want your blog to appear) and click on the Confirm Button. The CNAME Records have been created for you automatically.
3. Creating CNAME on Name.com
1. Login to your Name Account
2.Click on Account and then on your Domain name
3.Click on DNS Management form the Right Sidebar and add the details as shown in the screenshot and Submit
4. Creating CNAME on Namecheap.com
1. Login to your Namecheap account and click on your domain name.
2.From the Left Sidebar, Click on All Host Records
3.Add the Records as shown in the Screen shot
Switching your BlogSpot blog to the Custom Sub-Domain
I assume that you have already have a blog which you want to switch to the custom-sub domain. Get into its Dashboard and navigate to Settings > Add Custom Domain and click on the link saying “Already own a domain? Switch to advanced settings” Now provide the URL blog.yourdomain.com . Type the captcha and save the Settings.
If you are still unable to figure it out, contact me via comments or on the Forum