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(Updated)!!! This content has been updated with the latest and current changes on the settings to give you the best ultimate solution for Glo not opening blogger.

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This serves as a beginner’s blog with the mission of making the world a better place for upcoming webmasters in the society at large.

Alright, so aside from that I will like to share with you on how to solve this problem of Blogger not opening on Glo Networks.

For example, (Elochi.com.ng) has not been opening for users using Glo network for a while now, even after activating the HTTPS option on Blogger platform.
Glo not opening on blogspot
This problem has lingered and disturbed me a lot but now I have the solution and I am going to share it with you right away.
So many bloggers using the blogger platform with custom domain have been facing this same issue of Glo not opening Blogspot.
After much research, I have to come up with this ultimate solution on how to make blogger custom domain open on Glo Network.
Today I will be sharing with you the latest crushing solution on Glo not opening Blogspot following the below few steps.
This is the only 100% working solution you can find on Internet on how to make blogger custom domain open on Glo.
One interesting thing about this solution is that, it is completely FREE, no payment involved.
And I am going to share with you the complete step by step guide all for FREE, so you can start opening your blogger site with Glo network.
Are you ready to see them now? read on.
Follow me, let’s get started.

3 Quick Steps on How to Make Blogger Custom Domain Open on GLO Network [2022] 

The following below are the 3 quick steps solution for Glo not opening some sites on Blogger Custom Domain in Nigeria.

Step 1 – Activating HTTPS on BlogSpot

Now, this is the very first step to take. You need to activate HTTPS, probably you might have not activated yours yet, here is how to do it.

On your Blogger.com Dashboard, Go to Settings, then Basic.

Glo not opening on blogspot
Scroll down to HTTPS and set “HTTPS Availability” to Yes and “HTTPS Redirect” to Yes.
Make it look like the image above.
And that is all about activating HTTPS.
Once the HTTPS is being activated properly, your blog site enjoys a few benefits which include:
•  Users trust and a Professional look.
•  Increases your Blog/Page ranking.
•  Security against Hackers.
However, after this is been done and your site is being redirected to HTTPS, you might face some HTTPS error called “Mixed Content Error”.
This is the trick most people don’t actually know, causing them to have errors in their Sitemaps on Google search console (Webmasters tool).
Nevertheless, I got you covered in this article; now let’s see how to fix this error in the next step.

STEP 2: Fixing Blogger HTTPS Mixed Content Errors

I guess you might be wondering if this problem is fixable. Definitely, YES. It is fixable.
First, let’s see what is HTTPS mixed content error?
According to the Google Developers, Mixed content error occurs when the initial HTML is loaded over a secure HTTPS connection;
But other resources (such as images, videos, style-sheets, scripts) are loaded over an insecure HTTP connection.

How to Fix HTTPS Mixed Content Error on Blogger

Basically, there are only two available options to find resources causing the mixed content error.
1.  Layout
2.  Theme Editor
These are the two places where you might have added some line of codes.
So, let’s fix it now.

•  Fixing HTTPS Error in the Layout

On your blogger dashboard, Click on the Layout Option
blogger not opening on Glo

Locate all your HTML Widgets and Image Widgets if any
blogger not opening on Glo

Click on the Edit and wait for the pop-up to show
For the HTML widgets, press down CTRL + F to search for (http). If you find any with http, replace it with (https).
NOTE: the brackets are not included.
Now, do the same thing for all your HTML files/widgets.
For Image Widgets, that is for images you added using a URL; not images you upload directly to blogger dashboard.
Check if the URL of the images contains (http), then change/edit it to https.

•  Fixing HTTPS Mixed Content Error in the Theme Editor

The theme editor is just the HTML part of your blog theme; here you need to edit it.
Moreover, you need to identify and edit the codes carefully. Perhaps I will guide you through it.

glo not opening blogspot

Quickly, go to your blogger dashboard, click on Theme, then “Edit HTML”.
Press down CTRL+F key and search for “http” then check for the occurrences and replace all with “https”.
Glo not opening on blogger
However, most new blogger templates do not have HTTPS mixed content error at all.
Meanwhile, this blog template is fully optimized for HTTPS and 100% responsive. 

You can check here on ElochiBlog Blogger Template to get it.

Remember, the above two steps should actually solve the HTTPS problem issues.
Hopefully, this is helpful right?
That is all for that on steps to fixing HTTPS error on your blogger blog.

Voila! Let’s proceed to the next step which is the final stage on Glo not opening Blogspot.

STEP 3: How to Make Blogger Custom Domain Open on Glo Network Perfectly

(Updated)!!! This content has been updated with the latest and current changes on cloudflare settings to give you the best ultimate solution.

This also solves the few challenges and problems encountered by users who activated cloudflare on their blogger blogs.

Now, you can easily activate cloudflare on your blog or re-activate it by following the few guides listed below.

So, let’s quickly see the Ultimate Solution for Glo not Opening Blogspot Blogs in 2022 and how to make blogger custom domain open on Glo network.

Alright, now this is the main thing why you are on this page
I will share with you the best quick tricks and the necessary setups.
First, in order to make blogger custom domain open on Glo Network, you will need a Free Cloudflare account.
However, there is going to be a little problem but my trick will solve this problem too.
Before the launch of blogger HTTPS activation, bloggers who are using the Cloudflare do complain of difficulties in indexing of their blog posts.
Undoubtedly, I believe this is the problem;
Also then, the blogger platform does not have a valid SSL Certificate. 
So, using Cloudflare then was like a partial connection.
That is, blogger providing HTTP URL while Cloudflare provides HTTPS and such brings about conflicting of 2 different URLs for a site.
Hence, making it hard to be indexed via sitemap on Google Search Console.
Actually, this is what I figured out to be the cause of the problem and with my trick, it will solve the problem.
I have tried it out here on my site and on so many blogger sites. Guess what? It is working perfectly fine till now.
No broken links or mixed content error.
The best part is blog posts are being indexed via sitemap 100%.
Now, let’s start; I guess you are ready for it? 
Follow me, let’s see the solution for Glo not Opening BlogSpot and Blogger blogs.

To get started, you will need a Free Cloudflare account, so let’s get it now.

Creating a Free Cloudflare Account

Go to Cloudflare.com, Click on Signup and input your email and choose a strong password.
blogger not opening on Glo
Confirm your email and un-tick the “I would like to….” If you don’t want to get product updates from Cloudflare.
Then click on “Create Account”.
glo not opening blogger

Now, input the URL of your website as seen in the image above.
Blogger not opening on Glo

Click Next.
cloudflare free plan

Select the Free Plan and Confirm Plan.
Confrim plans

Click Confirm.
Now, on the next page, the DNS records page will be displayed for you.
No need to worry, Cloudflare will provide you with the DNS records from your domain registrar. 
What you need to do is to enable them all;

Cloudflare DNS

DNS list of records

Toggle all the records status to ON, just click on them to show the yellow symbol.
Perhaps, some of the records might not have the status option to toggle ON or OFF. 

Just leave them like that. Depending on your registrar record.

Cloudflare DNS Toggle ON
Next, is to click Continue.
On the next page, Cloudflare is going to display your current Nameservers and a new set of Nameservers which you are going to change to.
Cloudflare nameservers

Here, I use Domainking and I will be using domainking registrar for this article.
If your domain is being registered with Domainking, then you are lucky because this guide will help you achieve all easily.
Perhaps, if you are using other domain registrars aside Domainking, to change your nameserver; 

Just quickly type the sentence below into Google search engine.

(How to change nameservers for my “domain registrar name” domain).
Example: “How to change nameservers for my Guarantor domain” or “How to change nameservers for my Namecheap domain” etc.
Now, for Domainking users, simply login to your domainking account dashboard;
Click on “My Domains”.
Elochiblog domainking account

Locate the domain name and at the far right corner, click the arrow button as seen in the image above.
Go to “Nameservers” select “use custom nameservers”.
Then, replace the nameserver with the new one provided to you by Cloudflare.
Domainking nameservers option
Just as seen on the image above.
And that’s all. It will take a few minutes for the nameservers to propagate. 

Now, let’s continue while it’s still propagating.

The first setting to be done is the SSL Certificate Setup.
On your Cloudflare dashboard account , check the top navigation buttons and select “SSL/TLS”.
Once it displays, you will see the SSL/TLS encryption mode settings.

Cloudflare Free SSL/TLS

Change it from “Full” to “Full (strict)” as seen in the image above.

This SSL/TLS Settings is very much delicate as one might get errors so I recommend you choose “Full (strict)” at first.

If after sometimes while using the cloudflare you see errors like Host Error, Origin Error, Cloudflare Error 502, Error 522 or Error 523 etc.

You don’t need to panic, and if you are already having any of these error, quickly change the SSL/TLS encryption to “Full” or “Flexible“.

Once you do this above correctly, your site will be back and the errors is gone for ever.

But here, you select the last option which is “Full (strict)” and proceed.

Then hover over to the next option after “Overview” and click on “Edge Certificates

Scroll down and locate the “Always use HTTPS” and Switch it to ON.

Cloudflare HTTPS

Scroll down and locate the “Always use HTTPS” at the far right. Switch it to ON.
Locate the “Onion Routing” option and switch it to ON

Also, locate the “Automatic HTTPS Rewrites” and switch to ON.

Now click on the next option as “Origin Server” 

Scroll down and tap at the right side of “Authenticated Origin Pulls” to switch it ON.

Authenticated Origin Pulls
That is all for switching HTTPS on Cloudflare.
Now, the next setting is to create Page Rules to help redirect users.
Cloudflare Page rules

Go to “Page Rules” and click on “Create Page Rule”.

 Page Rule 1:

Cloudflare Page rule 1

If the URL matches – paste this URL http://*www.yourblogname.com/* (change to your own site URL).
Then the settings are: select “Always use HTTPS” from the drop-down.
Or besides, choose “Always Online” as seen in the image above.
NOTE:  If your nameservers have not finished propagating, you will not find the “Always use HTTPS” Option.
Now, click on Save and Deploy.

Page Rule 2:

Cloudflare Page Rules 2

If the URL matches – paste this URL https://yourblogname.com/*
Then the settings are: select “Forwarding URL” from the drop-down; then on the right side, quickly select “301 – Permanent Redirect”.
Then, paste this https://www.yourblogname.com/$1 at the box beneath.
Click on Save and Deploy.
PS: Change all (https://www.yourblogname.com) to your own site URL. 

Page Rule 3:

Cloudflare Page Rules 3

If the URL matches – paste this URL http://yourblogname.com/*
Then the settings are: select “Forwarding URL” from the drop-down and on the right side, quickly select “301 – Permanent Redirect“.
Then, paste this https://www.yourblogname.com/$1 at the bottom box.
PS: Change all (https://www.yourblogname.com) to your own site URL.

More Settings for Page Rule 1 

After setting up all your 3 Page Rules, Quickly go to the first Page Rule and click on Edit to add more settings.

The second button beside ON is the edit button as shown in the image below.

Glo not opening blogspot

Once you click on the edit, a page would be displayed; Now click on the Add a Setting button.

On the pop-up box, click to Pick a Setting and add for each of the following Settings below.

SSL: Select Full or Full Strict.
Auto Minify: Tick (HTML, CSS & JS)
Rocket Loader: ON
Browser Cache TTL: 4 hours
Always Online: ON

Security Level: Low

Cache Level: Standard

Edge Cache TTL: 4 hours

IP Geolocation Header: ON

Automatic HTTPS Rewrites: ON

Origin Cache Control: ON.

Make sure to add all these settings listed above as shown in the image below.

Glo not opening some sites

how to make blogger custom domain open on Glo

After adding these settings, then click on Save.

Lastly, make sure the three page rules are arranged just as shown in the image below, you can drag them to the exact position using the small arrows by the left sides.
Cloudflare Page rules

Alright, that is all on the Page Rules Setup. Make sure you set the page rules properly very well to avoid conflicting and errors.

Firewall Settings:

Firewal settings

On your Cloudflare navigation tab, locate the “Firewall” Options; then click on settings.
For the “Security Level”, turn it to “Low” as seen in the above image.

Now, on the top navigation tab click on the “Network” button.

Scroll down and locate the option “HTTP/3 (with QUIC)” and turn it ON.

Cloudflare Network

Scroll again and locate the option “WebSockets” and turn it ON.

Cloudflare Network

Scroll down also and locate the option “IP-Geolocation” and turn it ON.

Cloudflare Network

So that is all for Network.
Finally, let’s see the last stage. This is the one I like so much, it has really increased my blog page loading speed.

Bonus Settings:

If you have been experiencing slow loading speed in your site, then now is time to speed up the loading speed. Cool right?
On the top navigation buttons, click on “Speed”.

Then select the next option as “Optimization” after “Overview”.

Scroll down to “Auto Minify” and tick JavaScript, CSS and HTML.

Cloudflare speed option

Voila! – That’s all.
Scroll down and also turn this option “Rocket Loader” to ON as seen in the image below.

All these will definitely increase your blog loading speeds.
Once your Nameservers have finish propagating and your account is activated, then you are good to go.
Now you can view your blog site using Glo Network Sim and it will open perfectly very well or wait for maximum of 24hrs at most.
So, that’s all on how to make blogger custom domain open on Glo Network, and Glo not opening some sites.

More From the Author:

Hopefully, you have learned how to enable HTTPS, how to fix mixed content errors and most importantly make your blog open on Glo Network.
As well, other benefits which include Increased Page Speed, Security, and Accessible Web Pages. 
Take advantage of this today and increase your blog traffic thereby providing easy access to users using Glo Network to visit your blog site.
Indeed, there has been a spike on my site traffic ever since activating this Cloudflare on my blog.
This is the only FREE step-by-step ultimate solution on Glo not opening BlogSpot guide available in 2022.
By learning How to make Blogger Custom Domain open on Glo Network 2022, you can easily setup and activate Cloudflare for any blogger blog. 
So, you are lucky to be here!
Feel free to drop your questions or suggestions via the comment section and I will give you a positive reply soon.
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  1. I really love your blog.. Excellent colors & theme. Did you develop this site yourself? Please reply back as I’m planning to create my own site and would like to know where you got this from or exactly what the theme is called. Kudos! I truly love your website..kudos I love it whenever people get together and share views.great website keep it up on

  2. First I want to say thank you for sharing. I have followed everything exactly as you have instructed but the page rule 1 is confusing. You said we should input http://*www.yourblogname.com/* but from the screenshot you had http://www.elochi.com.ng/*. what is even more confusing are the number of setting underneath the page rule one like "SSL:". You never told us to input any of those in the article.

    I will appreciate if you reply. Thanks

  3. It worked. I can't believe Glo users can now access my blog over https. I also experienced about a 10% increase in traffic. Probably due to all those Glo users who were unable to access my blog.

    I have a question though, I noticed that my AdSense earning decreases drastically just after I finished setting up cloudflare. I was just wondering if this is possible or simply a coincidence. What is your experience since you are also using cloudflare with your AdSense.

  4. Activating Cloudflare has nothing to do with your adsense earnings. I have not experienced it before.

    Maybe you are having low earnings this days…probably it will increase in due time.

  5. Hello, kindly make sure you followed this guide carefully and you will achieve all.

    Hence, if you have done all this, you can still wait for 24hrs maximum for it to propagate very well.

  6. Hi Bishop,

    kindly follow every steps of these guide carefully, you will surely get it.

    if you have done so, wait for 24hrs atmost. i am sure it will work for you.

    Have a nice day!

  7. I pray may God bless you for me bro! This works perfectly for my blog. Thank you very much. You guys can check out my blog. justhehighlights.com It is all about sports. Sports highlights and sports news. Thanks.

  8. Hellom boss thanks for this article. am still have problem on it, on page rule 2 i can't find FORWARD URL it fade to add it there, please how can go for it

  9. Brilliant article. Clear. Detailed. Punchy. Although I had tried it before and it worked but like you said traffic got poor and so I deactivated it. May be now I'll go back and follow the steps you outlined in the post carefully. I hope it would be fine now.

  10. It worked but traffic to my blog went down drastically. I paused it and within a day traffic to my blog went back to normal. Now I'm of the view this method is not for my blog. How I wish there is another method. Anyways, thanks for the tutorial.

  11. Hello Deji,

    Thanks for your comment. However, activating cloudflare on your blog does not reduce your traffic.

    This might be because of the Google September core update which almost affect some websites, having low traffic stats.

    Hence, I advice you to chill as this might be a temporary update. Soon, all will be normalised.

    Thank you.

  12. Hi Chioma,

    Hope you followed duly the steps in this post, if you did that very well, you shouldn't see this error.

    Hence, if you just activated that then still wait for few hours and atmost 24hrs.

    It will surely work, so far you did the setup correctly.

  13. I tried it out and it worked but for somedays now I can't open my blog on not just GLO but all networks.

    They say the SSL certificate presented by the server did not pass validation.

    Please Sir, I will need your help.

    Thank you

  14. good article, i tried all this since yesterday afternoon though not upto 24hours but i still can not view with glo but works well with other network. does syncing with namecheap via cloudflare takes time?

  15. Hello David, Syncing Cloudflare via Namecheap does not take time.

    However, your domain should be connected to Cloudflare by now, hence if it's not yet working then you might have missed the steps or did it wrongly.

    Try checking Your Page Rules and SSL Certificate Setup very well!

  16. Oooppsss! I guess maybe you are not doing it well.

    Check out for the error on your blogger dashboard or from your domain registrar cpanel. Try and contact them!

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