How to Make Google Blogger Basic Settings?

How to Make Google Blogger Basic Settings?

Managing your blog's settings

When you use the internet version of Blogger, you can manage your blog's settings. The following content provides information about the different types of blog settings and how you can customize your blog well.



The title of your blog.


Description of your blog.

Blog Language

The language of your blog.

Adult content

This setting is to indicate that your blog contains mature content, including images or videos that contain nudity or sexual activity. If this setting is selected, people who will view your blog will be greeted with a warning message and asked to confirm that they want to continue your blog.

Google Analytics Property ID

Include Google Analytics on your blog to see how visitors are interacting with your site. Add your Google Analytics Web Property ID (for example, <code;ua-123456-1< code="">) to step in following your blog. This setting is specific to dynamic skins and level themes. If your blog uses a classic theme, you'll need to manually add it to your regular theme.

site icon

Upload a custom site icon.


listed on blogger

Allow users to connect to your blog from or other blogs.

May appear in search engines

Let search engines find your blog.


blog address

Choose a blog address or URL.

Important: The selected subdomain must be available.

custom domain name

Redirect your own registered URL to your blog. Blogs cannot be hosted on public domains (for example, It must contain a top-level domain ( or a subdomain ( First, your domain must be properly registered.

Redirect domain name

This option allows a redirect from the "public" domain to the private domain (for example, you can redirect from "" to "").

Backup subdomain

You can use the CNAME to associate your custom domain name with your blog.

HTTPS availability

This setting is only available for private domains, as Blogspot addresses for custom domains are always HTTPS. If HTTPS Redirect is enabled:

Visitors to your blog are always redirected to

If HTTPS Redirect is disabled:

Visitors to are served the page over HTTP, an unencrypted nexus.

Visitors to are served the page over HTTPS, an encrypted network.

HTTPS redirect

When you enable HTTPS redirection, visitors always reach the secure version at


Blog administrators and authors

Displays a list of blog administrators and authors. You can also change or cancel your membership here.

pending author invitations

Displays users who have not yet accepted your invitation to become an author.

Invite more authors

To add a blogger, enter the email address of the individual you wish to add. The person in question will be listed as an author after accepting your invitation. You can add up to 100 members (authors, administrators or readers) to your blog.

Important: Google account is required to manage blogs and share impressions.

Reader access

By default, your blog is open to everyone and can be read by all of us online. To limit who can view your blog, select Public, Private to Authors, or Private readers in the "Reader access" section.

Private readers

Displays the list of blog readers.

Pending special reader invitations

Displays users who have not yet accepted your invitation to become a reader.

Invite more readers

Enter the email address of the individual you want to read your blog.


The most impressions delivered on the home page

Select the maximum number of impressions you want to show on the homepage.

Message template (optional)

Message templates format the impression editor with text or code to display each time you create a new impression.

picture lightbox

Selecting this setting will open your images in an overlay at the top of your blog. If your post contains multiple photos, they are displayed as thumbnails at the bottom of the screen.


Comment location

Built-in: Allows users to reply on the air.

Full page and Pop-up window: Redirects users to a new page so they can comment.

Important: Existing comments are not deleted when you select "Hide". You can have the comments displayed at any time by selecting another option.

Who can comment?

You can manage who can comment on your blog posts on Blogger. "Who Can Comment?" In the section choose:

Everyone (including anonymous people)

Users with a Google Account

Members of this blog only

Comment moderation

Review comments before they are posted. To review comments, go to the Comments view. 
More information on auditing.

For posts older than:
If you select "Sometimes" in the comment moderation section, only comments created during this time period will go to the moderation section.

Send audit requests to:
You will receive an e-mail alert when a new comment is made on your blog.

Reader comment captcha test

If someone wants to comment on your blog, they must complete a word verification step. Learn how to prevent spam comments. Bloggers won't see the word verification step for comments.

Important: Even if this setting is disabled, some users who post comments may be prompted to enter a code before their comment is published.

Comment form message

This message is displayed below the comment box.


Publish using email

Email is also known as Mail2Blogger. Use this address to post text and photos directly to your blog.

Comment notification email

An e-mail is sent to these addresses when comments are made on your blog.

Pending comment notification emails

Displays users who have not yet accepted your invitation to receive comment notification emails.

Invite more users for comment notification emails

You can enter up to 10 email addresses, separated by commas.

Destination to email posts to:
Emails are sent to these addresses each time you post a new impression.

Pending impression notification emails

Displays users who have not yet accepted your invitation to receive broadcast notification emails.

Grab more users for broadcast notifications
You can enter up to 10 email addresses, separated by commas.


Time Zone

Set your time zone.

Date header format

This is how the date appears on your records.

timestamp format

This is how the broadcast's timestamp appears.

Comment timestamp format

This is how the comment's timestamp appears.

Meta Tags

Enable search descriptions

Set the blog's search description. Help users choose your blog in search results by writing a summary summarizing what your blog is about.

Errors and redirects

Custom 404 page

Set the blog's 404 page not found message. Type a message that will be displayed on the 404 page instead of the generic message.

Custom redirects

Set custom redirects for the blog Add custom redirects for URLs that lead to your blog's pages.


Add the deleted URL. Select Persistent if the original post has been deleted.


Add the URL you want to redirect to.

Browsers and indexing

Enable custom ads.txt content

Set up your blog's custom robots.txt content. This text is used instead of what is in the default robots.txt for search engines.

Enable custom robot title tags

Set up the blog's custom robot title tags. These beacons are used to set the robot title tags available to search engines. More information on robot header tags.

Google Search Console

Search console link.

Earning money

Enable custom ads.txt content
Set the blog's custom ads.txt content. The ads.txt file allows you to specifically specify and authorize resellers for your digital ad inventory. More on custom ads

manage the blog

Import content

You can import .xml files containing posts and comments to your blog.

Backup content

When you back up your blog, you will get an .xml file with impressions and comments.

videos on your blog

You can download or delete videos from your blog.

remove my blog

When you delete a blog, you have a short time to restore it. When you permanently delete a blog: All the information, posts and pages on your blog are deleted and you are unlikely to be able to restore such things.

Important: Deleted blogs can be reinstalled within 90 days without being completely deleted. You can create another blog at this address using the Google Account where you are currently logged in. You can export your blog before deleting it.

Site feed

Allow blog feed

All: Distributes all the content of your broadcast.

Up To Jump Interval: Shows all display content before your jump interval. More information on Jump Ranges.

Short: Distributes approximately the first 400 characters.

None: If you select "None", your blog's XML feed will be disabled.

Custom: Allows you to set advanced options such as blog posts, comments feed, or comments per impression feed.

Blog post feed

Choose how much of your broadcast content you want to share.

Blog comment feed

Choose how much of what's in your comments you want to share.

Comment feeds per post

Choose how much of your comment content you want to share per post.

Broadcast feed redirect URL
If you wrote your feed feed with FeedBurner or used a different service to process your feed, enter the full feed URL in the tray here. Blogger sends all impression feed traffic to this address prevents. If you do not want a redirect, leave this field blank.

Post feed footer

This item appears after every post in your impressions feed. If you are using advertising or other third-party feed plugins, you can enter the relevant code here. You must also set "Allow blog feed" to All.

Header link and additional anchor

This adds title link and additional anchor options to the notation editor.

Header links allow you to set a custom URL for your display title.

Additional links are used in your feeds to set up podcasts, MP3s and other content that can be played in feeds such as RSS and Atom.


Use blogger sketch

Blogger sketch is beta version Blogger. Enable this setting to check new features before they are released to all Blogger users.

user profile

Click the "User profile" link to manage your user profile.

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