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Turn on HTTPS redirect for your blog

If you want visitors to access your blog only over HTTPS, you can turn on HTTPS redirect.

Learn more about HTTPS.

There are three main benefits to using HTTPS instead of 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.

Note: HTTPS is currently not available for custom domain blogs.

When you enable HTTPS redirect, visitors always reach the encrypted version of your blog at https://<your-blog>.blogspot.com.

To enable HTTPS redirect:

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. In the top left, click the Down arrow Down Arrow.
  3. Select the blog to update.
  4. In the left menu, click Settings > Basic.
  5. On the right, select Yes under "HTTPS" > "HTTPS Redirect."

If you disable HTTPS redirect, visitors have two options for viewing your blog:

  1. View the unencrypted version of your blog at http://<your-blog>.blogspot.com
  2. View the encrypted version of your blog at https://<your-blog>.blogspot.com

To disable HTTPS redirect:

  1. Sign in to Blogger.
  2. In the top left, click the Down arrow Down Arrow.
  3. Select the blog to update.
  4. In the left menu, click Settings > Basic.
  5. On the right, select No under "HTTPS" > "HTTPS Redirect."

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