How to Setup Custom Domain Name on Blogger with Garanntor.com

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Mathias Amodu, a passionate blogger with full interest in making the world a better place for upcoming webmasters in the society at large
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To Setup Custom Domain Name on Blogger with Garanntor is much easier on Blogger.com just like using it to create your own blog URL. (for example: from zealmat.blogspot.com to zealmat.com).

When you purchase a domain from Garanntor.com, they assign an IP address (A record and CNAME record) for the domain. Hence, you need to change those records to point to your Blogger.com blog. This post can help you to change the A and CNAME records of your Garanntor.com account easily.

Recently we released a tutorial on how to buy domain names from Garanntor.ng And which was very easy to understand  due to the feedback we got from our visitors.

Garanntor domain configuration is very easy  but before you start working  you need to have a little knowledge about it so this tutorial is going to guide you through and if you have any difficulty during this process let us know  thanks.

Step 1
First you need to login to your blogger Dashboard then select the preferred blog you want to use the domain name for.

Step 2
Then scroll down and click on  Setting > Basics

Blogger settings




Step 3
Now on the basic page you will see.

+ Set up a third-party URL for your blog – Point your own registered URL to your blog

-> Just click on it and then add your new domain name in this format www.zealmat.com

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Step 4
An error message will show which says

Blogger add domain name

We have not been able to verify your authority to this domain. Error 12.
On your domain registrar’s website, locate your Domain Name System (DNS) settings and enter the following two CNAMEs:

Name, Label or Host field Destination, Target or Points To field

www                                          ghs.google.com
srwdwl4bhlk6                           gv-qtwv3tdnr234y4.dv.googlehosted.com

See our detailed instructions on providing CNAMEs for various registrars or see the full settings instructions for more details. If you are having trouble entering the second CNAME to dv.googlehosted.com, you can verify your ownership of this domain with a TXT record through Google Webmaster Tools here instead.

If your domain provider supports it, download the DNS settings file.

Step 5
Now create a New Tab on your browser and visit www.garantor.com or www.garantor.ng

Step 6
Then click on “Domains” doing this will take you to a page were all your domain name are listed.

Garanntor cpanel





Step 7
Now click on a tiny drop down tab at your right the you will be giving different options

Garanntor domain list





Step 8
Now clcik on “DNS Management” 😐 this is were the real work begins you will be taken to an overview page just move your mouse up and click on “DNS Management” again.

DNS Management





Step 9
Now you need to add your “CNAME” which was gotten when trying to save your domain on blogger it is a unique code for every blog.

garanntor CNAME






Step 10
Now add your “A” which is your “Google IPs” you can use the image below so that you wont be confuse.

Garanntor IP addresses
  • 216.239.32.21
  • 216.239.34.21
  • 216.239.36.21
  • 216.239.38.21
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Use this image below so that you won’t be confused

How to Setup Custom Domain Name on Blogger with Garanntor.com

Note: Try to delete other “IP Address” you find there or CNAME because it just a defualt settings by garanntor

Step 11
Now save it then go back and insert the domain name on your blogger blog and move on with your new domain name

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8 Comments

    • When a domain is newly registered, the nameservers are changed, or DNS changes are made, you can expect a propagation time up to 24 hours. This is because it takes time for the DNS to take effect across the internet. The actual time of propagation may vary in some locations based on your network setup

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