How to Install Let’s Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu with Certbot

Let’s Encrypt provides free SSLs for your websites to use secure (SSL) connections. Certbot is free open source software that allows you to easily create Let’s Encrypt SSLs on your cloud server hosting. Below we’ll cover how to install Certbot, create a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate, and check maintenance settings. You must have a fully Read More >

Enable Really Simple SSL with WP-CLI

There are multiple ways to force your WordPress website to use a free or paid SSL certificate (HTTPS) for a secure connection. However, sometimes a WordPress website refuses to display images and instead reports mixed content errors (not to be confused with Self-Signed SSL Certificate Warning) using browser developer tools or web apps like WhyNoPadlock.com. Read More >

Infographic-How to Implement SSL Certificates

This infographic summarizes the steps you need to know when implementing an SSL Certificate. Your website uses the SSL Certificate to protect connections when these steps are complete. Purchase an SSL from AMP Install the SSL Certificate with cPanel Force Your site to use the SSL Certificate Verify the SSL Certificate – 1)Use an internet Read More >

Ensure FreeSSL Updates with Really Simple SSL Enabled

Sometimes, Free SSL won’t update for WordPress sites using HTTPS redirect methods such as Really Simple SSL plugin or .htaccess redirect. Instead of disabling the plugin and HTTPS redirect to update your AutoSSL everytime, editing your .htaccess file once should resolve the issue. There are two steps to this process: Disable Redirects Edit .htaccess File Read More >

How to Allow AutoSSL to Replace Invalid/Expiring Certificates

Now that InMotion Hosting offers Free SSL certificates, you may want to replace your expiring or invalid certificates. WHM (Web Host Manager) has the ability to automatically issue new SSL certificates using the AutoSSL tool. In this tutorial, we will show you how to allow AutoSSL to replace invalid and expiring certificates. **Note: You should Read More >

How to install the Really Simple SSL WordPress Plugin

In this guide we’ll show you how to install the Really Simple SSL WordPress plugin. It’s often easier to use such a plugin to force a WordPress site to HTTPS than attempting a .htaccess redirect and manually fixing mixed content errors. This plugin also forces all images to display over a secure connection to negate Read More >

How to Enable SSL (https) in OpenCart 3

In this tuorial we will show you how to enable SSL (https) in OpenCart 3. This allows you to utilize an SSL certificate in OpenCart, and serve your site over https. Note: You must have an SSL before completing this guide. Enable SSL Log into your Opencart Dashboard. Click System then Settings in the navigation Read More >