How to Remove a Custom Domain From Blogger

Are you looking to disable RSS Feeds on your Blogger site? Although, It is very less likely to see people removing custom domains, but you might have some reasons to get it removed. For example, you might not have enough money to pay for a yearly subscription for your custom domain or you forgot to renew the domain causing it to expire. Whatever the reason may be, you can still remove your custom domain and go back to your old domain. In this article, we will show you how to remove a custom domain from blogger.

Why to Revert from Custom Domain to

In the past, we have shown you how to add a custom domain in Blogger using Namecheap and cPanel. However, sometimes due to some reasons people might want to remove their custom domain and revert back to Free domain.

A custom domain cost around $10/year and this might be too much for some bloggers to afford. More importantly, custom domain works exactly like Free domain in terms of design, ranking, SEO and etc. 

Therefore, if your custom domain is expired or you do not want to get it renewed, you can always switch back to your domain.

Remove a Custom Domain From Blogger

To remove a custom domain from blogger, follow the below steps:

  1. Go to Blogger >> Template >> Basics >> Publishing >> Blog Address
  2. Now click on the (X) cross icon right next to your custom Domain.
  3. Upon clicking the cross icon a warning message will pop up saying “Are you sure? This will remove your current custom Domain”. Just Press OK and proceed to the next step.

    NOTE: (Do not worry about the prompt message, it only says it is removing the custom domain from your blog, it is not deleting your blog by any means, you blog will be live at your old domain).

  4. Now Reload the same page and select “View Blog”. You will now see your blog reverted back to domain. 

We hope this short tutorial has helped you in learning how to remove a custom domain from Blogger. If you need any help about blogger or blogger widgets feel free to contact us on tweet us @mybloggerlab.

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