01 October 2015

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Google Brings Https to Blogger BlogSpot How Turn on HTTPS support in blog

Google Brings Https to Blogger BlogSpot How to Turn on HTTPS support in blog
Google has brought the encrypted HTTPS support to its BlogSpot blogging platform.
On blogger platform if anyone who is using custom domain will not be able to use this feature.
But others will be able to use this feature.

How to enable Https in blogger BlogSpot?
To enable HTTPS:
Sign in to Blogger
Select the blog to update.
On the left menu, click Settings > Basic > HTTPS Settings.
In HTTPS Availability, select Yes.

To disable HTTPS, follow the steps above and select No for HTTPS Availability.

If you disable HTTPS, visitors will be redirected to the unencrypted HTTP version of your blog. All bookmarks to your blog will continue to work.

HTTPS isn’t available for custom domain blogs

There are three main benefits to using HTTPS over HTTP to access your blog –

It helps check that your visitors open the correct website and aren’t being redirected to a malicious site.

It helps detect if an attacker tries to change any data sent from Blogger to the visitor.

It adds security measures that make it harder for other people to listen to your visitors’ conversations, track their activities, or steal their information.

When you enable HTTPS, visitors can access the encrypted version of your blog by typing https://.blogspot.com.

Currently custom domain are not supported

If you are not using custom domain but you are planning to buy custom domain then I will suggest you please do not update and change your settings

Don’t use Https currently if you are planning to buy custom domain name.

Just wait, watch think after that start to use HTTPS for blogger, if you do not have any money problems then go ahead and start using HTTPS for blogger.

Depends on are you ready to spend on HTTPS in future if it does not become free for custom domain names.

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Thursday, October 1, 2015

Tags – HTTP BlogSpot Custom Domain Name


Bikram October 01, 2015  

hmmm blog is on public domain as such .. so y have https ..

just curious


SM October 01, 2015  

i do not use https as its costly.

Destination Infinity October 02, 2015  

I feel, https is required more for blogs that requires users to login, pay or give some personal details. If it's only about info, https may not be required. However, https is a factor considered by google for SEO, so it might still help. I hope they bring https support for custom domains also, and they make it free.

Destination Infinity