How To Enable Free HTTPS (SSL) On Blogger Custom Domain (2018 Updated)

(2018 Updated)

Hello Friend, In this post, I am going to show you 3 major ways to enable HTTPS for blogger Custom domains.

These steps are going to including a) Cloudflare free SSL certificate for blogger b) BlogSpot Default HTTPS certificate and c) Free HTTPS certificate for subdomains.

In other ways, This is the Ultimate guide to adding HTTPS to any blogger blog, be it Custom domain or Subdomain.

I am also going to solve the issue of Mixed Content error (i heard that’s a real pain in the ass)

Welcome to the Ultimate guide to BlogSpot HTTPS.

free https for blogger

Today’s post will guide you on every step required to move from HTTP to HTTPS which is a secure (encrypted) connection between your readers and your blog. 

I know you were heartbroken when blogger limited the free HTTPS to subdomains ( only,

I was too until I found this solution which I rather call a free gift with an extra layer of superfast blog speed.

Yes, you heard me right! – Today’s post will not only show you how to enable free HTTPS certificate for a blogger custom domain rather it will also provide you a drastic increase in page speed.

I used this method to power my own blog and in less than 24 hours my blog was running fully on HTTPS.

All links automatically redirected with just a setup that took me less than 20 mins

and I know it will take you less because I have crafted this post just for you.

What is HTTPS?

Due to online information hackers, web developers provided a solution which helps prevent these hackers from getting customers information from your blog.

HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure) is an encryption that helps protect you and your blog readers.

When SSL was introduced, it was used by E-commerce sites that collect sensitive data such as emails, password, credit card details etc from visitors

but over time SSL grew into a must-have for blogs. 

Why do I need HTTPS For Custom Blogger Domain? – Advantages of SSL

HTTPS encryption has become important to blogs for some certain reasons and also to add to it,

Google has decided to add a ranking percentage to sites using SSL

which means if you enable SSL on your BlogSpot blog, you would have a higher ranking edge over other blogs.

Many WordPress blogs have moved to HTTPS

because it is very easy to add SSL to WordPress using plugins;

this again has given them ranking power over BlogSpot bloggers with a custom domain name.

Below are a few important reasons why you need to enable HTTPS on your blogger blog.

  1. Increase SEO Ranking: Google is wise and due to this sense of their’s, Google has included a ranking power to SSL which means if you want to properly SEO optimize your blogger blog, you need to setup HTTPS. Google claims to rank 30% of websites with https enabled on the first page.
  2. Protect Your Visitors: You really don’t want to endanger your blog visitors. HTTPS encryption helps you protect your blog visitors from any online information hacker searching for internet users details.
  3. Increase Conversions and Traffic: Sensitive internet users prefer to browse HTTPS enabled blogs. So if your custom domain is not showing the https and green padlock, they will simply abandon the site.
  4. A professional Look: Having that green padlock on your blog link definitely makes your blog look professional. 
  5. Faster web: I don’t know about other blogs enabling HTTPS but the method I used sure increased my blog’s loading time by over 50%.

Disadvantages Of Enabling HTTPS on Blogger Blog

During your migration from HTTP to HTTPS you are going to encounter a few fallbacks which you can as well refer to as disadvantages.

  1. While migrating to HTTPS, your blog will experience a drop in traffic until Google crawls and index all your HTTPS-enabled URLS.
  2. After enabling HTTPS on your blog, going back to HTTP might cause your site to get totally deindexed by search engines.

HTTPS vs HTTP – what’s the difference?

Before the introduction of HTTPS, we all used HTTP and you are still using HTTP. so what is the difference?

  1. HTTPS is a secured encryption but HTTP is not (it can be easily hacked).
  2. Google added an extra ranking factor to HTTPS but HTTP is treated badly (unsafe).
  3. HTTPS comes with a green padlock while HTTP comes with an info icon.
  4. HTTPS stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure while HTTP stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol.
  5. HTTP is free for all while HTTPS is not. Except you get a shared version from LetsEncrypt.

Are you scared?

Am asking cause I know how I felt when I decided to move to HTTPS

especially when you are already getting high traffic from search engines.

Blogger actually made this hard for custom domain users.

Once you purchase a domain name and switch to it, you would lose your free HTTPS.

I was really sad when I saw the message:

“Warning: https is not available at the moment for custom domain blogs”.

One thing in life is, not until you take a step you can never move forward neither can you fall.

What do I mean? if you are scared of moving to HTTPS then you would never enjoy the benefits of it.

Asking me,

I would say you move because the benefits are worth it.

It is nothing to be scared about!.

As long as you follow the steps, your blog will not experience any offline issues.

It would continue working even when it’s still propagating.

Want to set up free HTTPS on your blogger custom domain?. – let’s get started.

The very first method I going to show you is the CloudFlare free SSL certificate for blogger.

Here it goes…

Introducing CloudFlare CDN

Have you heard of Cloudflare? have you used it? – if you have used it then you know the functionality it brings.

I am going to show you how to move your blog to HTTPS (obtain a free SSL certificate) using CloudFlare. 

but first,

let me show you many more things you can do with CloudFlare and how it can help you power your website.

What is CloudFlare CDN?

CDN short for Content Delivery Network is a system of servers that help deliver web pages and contents (images, HTML, CSS etc) to a user based on geographical locations of each user.

What CDN simply is,

is a way of delivering your content faster and safer.

Instead of loading all your contents from your server, CDN acts as a middleman that help distribute your content.

Using CDN is over 50% faster than delivery contents from your own server.

Why? CDNs have millions of servers distributed around the world which means your content gets to load almost instantly.

CloudFlare is a type of CDN that provides everything a CDN provides plus extra features

which includes free shared HTTPS, email obfuscator, Analytics, DDoS security and much more.

CloudFlare comes with different plans but its free plan is just enough to enable SSL on a blogger custom domain

and not just that you can also enjoy free add-ons on the free plan.

Features Of CloudFlare

  1. Free HTTPS for your blog
  2. Protects your site from threats
  3. Improves your blog’s performance and speed
  4. Obfuscate your email from spammers.
  5. Adds an extra layer of caching to your blog
  6. Works great with other CDNs

Now you know what CDN and CloudFlare are,

let us get started with adding HTTPS to blogger custom domain which should take only a few minutes.

If you are afraid of coding!,

don’t worry, You won’t make use of any codes. P.S you can hire me to do everything for you while you sleep.

How To Migrate Blogger Custom Domain From HTTP to Free Secure HTTPS

Now it’s time to get the job done real quick and start enjoying a massive boost in SERP plus a secured website from online hackers.

In case you find any issues at any point, feel free to comment.

Video Tutorial below

Create A CloudFlare Account

To create a free CloudFlare account simply visit >> locate “Get Started Today” >> Add your Email and choose a password >> Hit Sign Up.

On the next page, Tick ” I agree to …” and >> Click Create Account.

Add Your Blogger Blog To CloudFlare

Get started with CloudFlare.

You have just taken your first steps to HTTPS.

On this next page, locate “Add a website”,

in the box below it, input your blog custom domain URL. (e.g >> Scan DNS Records.

ssl for blogger custom domain

It will take CloudFlare a few seconds to scan your blog.

What this simply does, is provide custom nameserver for your blog’s integration.

After counting, click “Continue”.

Verify DNS Scan records.

After the scan,

CloudFlare will provide the list of all your DNS records just as shown in the below photo.

Do verify to see if all your records are complete.

Click “Continue”

Select a CloudFlare Plan

A free plan is just enough for us to enable HTTPS on blogger but if you feel you need more than a normal blog plan then go for the other plans.

blogger ssl

In this article am using the “Free Website”. – select it. You would see it’s feature. >> Locate “Continue” and let’s go!.

Change Your Nameservers

This time you would have to visit your domain registrar dashboard to change Nameservers.

What this simply does is allow CloudFlare to take control of traffic and performance of your blog.

I use garanntor and I have explained its steps below.

All domain registrars are nearly the same

but you can also browse how to change nameserver for your specific registrar.

NameServers using Garanntor

Open a new tab and Login to your registrar dashboard >> go to client area >> Domains >> beside your domain name,

Click the drop-down icon (next to spanner icon) >> locate manage nameservers >> Nameservers >> you would see your default name servers (even CloudFlare showed you) >> switch to custom nameservers >> replace the name servers accordingly >> Change Nameservers.

It will then take at most 24 hours to propagate.

Does that stop us from working?

No. We will continue with the setup and before 24hours, everything will start working automatically.

Go back to CloudFlare and click “Continue”.

You have just setup CloudFlare on your custom domain name.

Your account will not be active yet.

Because the Nameservers are still propagating.

Enable Free HTTPS (SSL Certificate) For Your Blogger Custom Domain Name.

Let’s get started with enabling the free https on your blog. This is the solution to what BlogSpot refused to give us.

Using CloudFlare free shared SSL we are going to enable HTTPS on your blogger blog.

It should start working in less than 24 hours and your blog should not experience any downtime and if it does,

it will be for only a few minutes that is if the nameserver takes longer than expected to propagate.

https for blogger custom domain

In the “Crypto” tab, locate SSL and at the right, you should see “Full” >> Click it and select “Flexible” from the options.

Congratulations! That is all the work in setting up HTTPS for blogger blog.

Next up is to properly forward blog pages using 301 redirects.

301 Redirect Blog Domain, SubDomains, and Blog URLs to HTTPS.

Using page rules, we will redirect all blog pages from HTTP to the HTTPS version of your blog.

This will have an effect on all pages both home page, post page, static page and subdomains, that is if you use subdomains (e.g

Note: The option for “Always HTTPS” maybe not be available until your nameservers have finish propagation.

In case you face this problem, just wait till your nameservers finish propagating before setting page rules.

Info: in the rules below,

replace with your domain name.

Go to “Page Rules” on the top tab >> “Create Page Rule”.

In all rules, replace “ with your blog URL.#

redirect blogspot domain to https

Rule 1
if the URL matches: http://**

Locate and Click Settings, Set it to “Always Use HTTPS”.

redirect http to free https

Rule 2
if the URL matches:*

then the settings are: Forwarding URL >> 301 – Permanent Redirect.

Bottom URL:$1

cloudflare page rule

Rule 3
if the URL matches:*
then the settings are: Forwarding URL >> 301 – Permanent Redirect.
Bottom URL:$1

Those are the page rules which you need to set.

Each of these page rules will help redirect both the www and the non-www version of your HTTPS-enabled blog.

Changing Security Options

CloudFlare acts as a protection guild for your site and it helps you prevent bad browsers and bad bots from accessing your website.

But then you don’t want it preventing everybody from entering your website,

so you need to change your security options to low.

ssl for blogger custom domain

Go to “Firewall” >> “Security Level” >> Change it from Medium to “Low”.

Congratulations… Your blogger blog has fully moved to HTTPS but then you need to give it a few hours to see the changes.

Please do wait till your blog fully migrate to HTTPS before you do the next steps.

Though you can continue with it, it is advised to be a bit patient.

While doing mine, I simply went to bed and continued the next day.

The Cloudflare method, a few months ago was the only way to enable HTTPS for blogs with a custom domain,

but now, the case is different.

Introducing Default HTTPS for custom domains

Blogger has officially rolled out HTTPS feature to all it’s users whether using Custom domain or subdomain.

that will let us to the second method for enabling HTTPS on blogspot blogs.

Advantages Of Default Blogger HTTPS

A few things make this method preferred to all bloggers than the Cloudflare method,

and that I will talk about.

  1. Easy to Enable: Everything needed to set it up, is basically inside your dashboard. No codes or extra steps needed.
  2. Safer: This method is safer since it is already configured, all you need is enable it. Before now, a lot of persons complain that “Cloudflare HTTPS will break your blog since HTTPS was at that time built for Blogspot custom domain.
  3. No extra sign-up: With this method, you don’t need extra sign up to get it enabled.
  4. Free forever: All products provide by blogger including the HTTPS feature is FREE.

Disadvantages Of Default Blogger HTTPS

After enabling it, in a few blogs and watch it work.

I have noticed, that this method of enabling HTTPS come with a little problem which appears as a disadvantage.

A friend had to move back to the Cloudflare method after facing this problem.

  1. Blog not loading in some network services: Currently, this method of enabling HTTPS seems not to work well in certain network services. In Nigeria, users using Glo, cannot access sites using this method of HTTPS.

That, for now, is the only disadvantage and should in case we find more, I will do well to update this post.

Feel this method is better? Let’s get started.

How to Migrate From HTTP to HTTPS on Blogger Blog with Custom Domains

  1. Go to dashboard
  2. Go “Settings” >> “Basic”.
  3. Toggle to “Yes” the option with “HTTPS Availability”
  4. Also, Toggle to “Yes” HTTPS redirect.

That’s all, you need to do. See image below for reference…

blogger https custom domain
Credit: KaiseHow

In a few minutes, your blog will start redirecting to HTTPS.

But then, you might face a little problem “Mixed Content Error”.

hmmm… you so gonna hate this.

But not to worry, there is a simple fix.

Ok, that sounds nice, can you tell me what “mixed content error” all about?

Definitely, let’s jump right in

Fixing Mixed Content Errors After Moving to HTTPS

If after moving to HTTPS, your blogger blog starts working, you might experience a little problem which is called mixed content error.

How do I know? If your blog load showing HTTPS and then shows an info sign after loading then your blog is faced with a mixed content error.

What is Mixed Content?

This is when some of your files such as JS, Images are requesting to load using HTTP instead of the newly installed HTTPS.

This is a big problem for bloggers using the old templates.

This is why BlogSpot provided the new themes so as to overcome mixed content errors.

But still, if you love your theme so much and don’t want to go for the new themes then I can help you out.

It’s going to be a little work, especially when you are afraid of your template HTML.

So first thing first is to back up your template.

1. Replace all HTTP with HTTPS

Go to themes >> Edit HTML >> Using CTRL + F search for HTTP.

You would find a lot of URLs.

Now all you simply need to do is replace all these HTTP with HTTPS. – All of them both images and external links.

2. Using Default Blogger Search Box?

If you are using default blogger search box,

then you will also have a problem with the mixed content error.

Go to themes >> Edit HTML >> Search for the below code.

If found, replace it with the below code.

That should fix any problem with mixed content.

But then these files might just be in blog widgets added in the layout section so be sure to visit layout and inspect each widget for HTTP URLs.

Next up visit your blog and press CTRL + Shift + J to find verify if there is any mixed content error.

What next? – We need to work on our SEO settings.

How To SEO Optimize Blogger Blog With (HTTPS) SSL Certificate.

While setting up SEO on your blog, it will not have a one day impact instead it will take time.

Google and Bing will have to crawl your blog HTTPS version.

Replace all “blogname” with your domain name and “BLOGTITLE” with the title of your blog.

Step 1
Go to themes >> Edit HTML >> Search for the below code.

It’s in the head section of your blog.

If you can’t find this code, paste the below code right after <head> but if you found the code,

replace it with the below code.

How to find blog ID?

If you don’t know your blog ID, simply look up at the URL bar while in your dashboard and you would see it (e.g blogID=5090122629090583639).

Save your template.

You might also want to manually redirect pages to make sure all pages are redirected.

While doing mine, the Page rules were just enough for me but you can add the below code to add an extra layer of redirection.

Optional – Javascript redirects.

To do this, search for </head> and paste the below code just above it.

Don’t forget to replace blogname with your blog name.

Update Your Robot.txt

Next up is to update your former HTTP robot.txt file to an HTTPS enabled robot.txt.

To get this done, Go to Settings >> Search Preferences >> Custom robots.txt. >> Edit.

Replace the default one with the below one.

User-agent: Mediapartners-Google
User-agent: *
Disallow: /search
Allow: /

Save your settings.

Submit HTTPS version to Webmasters

Visit Google Webmasters and add your HTTPS versions as new properties.

That is and >> After that you should now have 4 different properties for your domain i.e

Change your preferred domain name to and submit a new sitemap to it.

How To Enable Blogger SSL On Free BlogSpot Domain

I have seen some BlogSpot bloggers using a subdomain and still don’t have HTTPS enabled.

I will assume you didn’t know what to do! – the little guide below will show you how to enable HTTPS for your free BlogSpot domain name.

https for blogger subdomain

Go to settings >> basic >> HTTPS redirect >> Change it to YES.

if you have issues with mixed content, please follow the procedures above.

Don’t forget to also update your Robot.txt and submit new URL to webmasters

Final Words

I believe you have been successful in adding HTTPS to your BlogSpot blog.

In case you faced any problems, I am here to help and will get it done for you at a cheap price.

Thanks to  Shivansh Verma and Prajjwal Rajput.

Blogger HTTPS (SSL) is important for your blog you should migrate your blog today from HTTP to a free shared HTTPS certificate offered free by CloudFlare.

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  1. Boss should i wait for my domain server to propagate the custom nameserver for me?

    comment from Azeez Blog

  2. Yes. You need to wait for a few hours at most 24hours.

  3. Welldone Sir, my blog isnt showing the https besites the url, althgough havent edit the html of my blogger site to change every url to https…please hope its still working

  4. Don't worry yourself.

    Everything should be working just fine in 24hours time.

  5. Boss it's now showing https

  6. thanks for this tutorial.
    I did it and the http version is working very fine while the https version is displaying an error message.
    Am I still on track?

  7. Can you please share your blog URL with me so I can take a look at it.

  8. reach where you go to bed.

    I think I have to do the same and continue tomorrow

  9. in creating the first page rule, "always use https" cannot be found among the dropdown options on cloudflare, what to do

  10. You need to wait for your nameserver to finish propagation.

  11. please, the preferred domain selection is not really working for me here .. could you help me with details how i can go about it .. it keep asking me to verified and i have done that meaning times

  12. hello,
    not working on my blog sir

  13. I have changed from "http" to "https". but my blog is not opening. Keep saying, it redirected you too many times

  14. Bro is there any Big penalty when going back to http?

  15. I am getting the error after moving to https as you mentioned above. The error is: is currently unable to handle this request.
    HTTP ERROR 500

  16. Are u sure u followed the steps

  17. I used this guide to install https on my blogspot blog.

    Everything worked fine.

    But I noticed something.

    When I type myblogurl. blogspot. c­om, it'll not be redirected automatically. Instead it'll say (this blog is not hosted on blogger and we've not scan it of malware…).

    How can I fix this, I need it to auto redirect without showing that warning.

    Will be anticipating for your feedback.

  18. You need to request desktop site if u re using your phone or use a PC instead

  19. If you are using then you are eligible to use free https via blogger so u dnt need to use cloudflare anymore except if you have a custom domain

  20. I am try to do this for my blog and in 2nd page rule, there is an option for order which says

    "Order: This is the order in which your Page Rules will be triggered. Only one Page Rule will trigger per URL, so put your most specific Page Rules at the top." and by default is set to first.

    Pls which order am I to choose from?

  21. Fiannly got it, but my Google PSI used to be green both on Mobile and desktop.

    Now they are both below 85%.

    What do I do?

  22. Pls I have completed the tutorial and everything is working just fine, Now my question is this,

    You said that sitemap link in the robots.txt file should be changed from http:// to https:// which Ive also done successfully and re-submitted the new sitemap that has the https://

    but my confusion is, : Am I to add a new website property in my webmarters account using https://

    or should I continue using the old website property which is in http

  23. Yes. You need to create another property with https

  24. Dear Prince John, in the last part, you said we have to tell google about the new https by doing this

    1. In Google Search Console, add new property in this way:

    2. After adding the new property and verifying it, then submit your HTTPS version blog’s sitemap.XML like:

    Now my question is, after adding the new property as httpps://

    Am I to delete the first website property which was in http:// ?? thanks

  25. Thanks very much.. everything is working now..

    If I want to use )Fetch as Google) feature whch of the properties am I to use?

    Is it the http or https ?? thanks

  26. one more thing pls, do i need to add sitemap for the 4 properties all or only in one.

  27. i have done it but its not showing green lock. Only the info icon.

  28. Why all bloggers are running to https this day

  29. I have follow your step, but after I check at PageSpeed Insights I got Avoid landing page redirects error for mobile…how to resolve that

  30. Hello, please help me, only Opera mini browser has been the only browser that has been able to open my blog since I activated https.Pls what can I do? Pls help me. Thanks

  31. Hi. Pls I need help in changing b to HTTPS. Who can help pls

  32. I just installed flexible cloudflare SSL but everything looks good, however the green lock is not showing in the browser. I changed links to https, i still cant figure it out. I use blogger too, could u help me with that? regards! reach me on twitter @leivatech

  33. Anonymous says:

    Hello Prince,
    Nice work. I really enjoyed reading your tutorials especially this one.

    May i ask how you created the table of content that is displayed in this post?.

  34. Does anyone know how to change the sitemap links to https://? Also, in this article it says "Change your preferred domain name to and submit a new sitemap to it.", how to do this? The only things I can change is www. or non-www., so really confusing…

  35. Thanks for the information, but I tried to change the HTTP in my code to HTTPS and it refused to save so I am having mix content problem. Please what can I do to fix this problem?

  36. Please I have done everything but my blog is not yet secured please help me out

  37. Hello sir thanks for the great tutorial,my blog now showing the green ..but now im stuck at webmaster tool they show error fetch txt,sitemap pending..i don't understand cause when i testing robot txt its all work fine..please help sir..tq

  38. wow nice tutorial, it worked for me but the htpps is not showing green, any possible solutions

  39. If it's not showing green, then you are having problems with mixed content error.

    You should remove your previous favicon and upload again because before now, blogger used http for images.

  40. Blogger before now, host images with http which then means all images uploaded to an old blogger template, is hosted on http which will cause a problem called "mixed content error" when you move to https.

    Possible solution is to re-upload your images especially the favicon.

  41. I don't understand… can you explain better.

  42. Did you fix mixed content error.

  43. Anonymous says:

    my https only connect on MTN, Glo dont work. whats the issue?

  44. Hi bro, I really enjoyed your article on how to migrate from http to https for custom domain in blogger blog. After successfully migrating to https, one thing is left undone. The homepage of my blog has the "Secure Padlock" as expected; but when clicking on a "Post" the "Secure Padlock" will appear then disappear (very quickly) leaving "i" (instead of "Secure Padlock"). How do I get this fixed.

    Waiting for your pro guide on how to get this done. Thanks.

  45. Thank you for a great detailed article! It's very helpful…
    Unfortunately, I am not sure what I've done wrong… when I have the "Page Rules" on, my site keep giving error of "Too many Redirect". If I turn all of them off, my site would pull up but not completely secured. What could be the problem? My site is

    Thank you very much!


  46. Wow…this is really a great article indeed with full guide on how to move to https…am gonna give it a try on my blog as soon as possible.

    Thank you Prince for this great post.
    Commenting from

  47. Please, I have done everything but my blog is showing this error. "The page isn’t redirecting properly

    Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.
    This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies."

    Thank yoy

  48. Please I have done everything but my blog is showing this error. "The page isn’t redirecting properly

    Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.

    This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies."

  49. Hey,John thanks for covering about the custom robot

  50. Did you try accessing your blog using. The https URL?

  51. Thanks Bro…for this post, really helpful

  52. bro … I did all required to no avail … what do i do next need ya help badly

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  62. Can i use cloudflare on wordpress?

  63. I anable https using Blogspot, should I disable it after setting up https on cloudflare

  64. Avrupada Yasam says:

    I have done this few months ago and I didn’t see any benefit of it. On the contrary my site got exremely slow and I lost half of my traffic. Finally I abondened it go back to way it was.

    • Oh very sorry about that.

      Cloudflare being a CDN should actually make your site faster though it adds some scripts to your theme which your blog will have to load.

      HTTPS benefits includes increase ranking and the only reason you would not benefit from HTTPS is if your site doesn’t get traffic from search engine.

      You should consider HTTPS later in the future for a safer website.

  65. Hello Boss, the third page rule refuse to save

    • This is the first time i’m hearing such… try contacting Cloudflare customer service

      • From the notification, they said that i can’t add any other setting using forwarding utl and from the image for that third page rule, i can see the same warning on your picture, but is not a big issue.

        Thank you once again for sharing this Idea, At least my browser is now accessible on any browser over glo Network

  66. Blogger now enabled HTTPS for the custom domain user also. I have changed robot txt from HTTP To HTTPS. As you mention to change all header content to change with you recommended above should I have to change?

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