First of all
If you are going to install a custom domain name for you blogger blog, then the CNAME record is essential for that job.
To redirect your blog to the custom domain it’s required to mentions the CNAME entries in the domain registrar system account.
Put the entries inside and your domain registrar takes some times to redirect your blog completely to the new custom domain.
It’s easy to find the entries first time inside the blogger but what if you want it again inside the blogger.
How to Get CNAME Records in Blogger First Time:
To find the CNAME record first time Just move to the Blogger blog and inside the settings section >> go to basic, you’ll find the Publishing options where you find the hosted account URL and here you can place the third party URL for your blog or website.
Add you’re purchased Domain in place of the blogger hosted domain and click on the Save Button now you are prompted with the two CNAME entries. First CNAME record is default for all and second is separate for all. Which looks like below.
First is common for all and second CNAME record is different from users to users. You can use both the entries in your domain provider user account and enter two CNAME records inside and it’ll takes some time to completely redirect the blogger hosted domain to the custom domain.
But what if your second CNAME Entry gets deleted accidentally? How do we get it again? Follow the easy guide below to get the Second CNAME record again.
Find CNAME Record of Blog Second Time:
If you lost the CNAME records of your blog or website then left all your worries.
You can get it back. First CNAME record as mentioned before is default to all blogger BlogSpot account and now you only needs second CNAME record.
So, You can get it in the Webmasters Account. Go to the GoogleWebmasters Verification Tool and here you will find the list of the sites verified. Head over to the site which you want to find the details Click on Verification.
Also, It’ll shows you the second DNS CNAME record with Host and Points to address. Copy the Address which you got and paste it back to the domain provider account. It’ll make it easier for domain registrar to locate the website or blog again.
I hope it helps.. 😉