I’ve just finally got my websites secure with SSL, without needing to self-sign SSL certificates. I can able to run my own site with my piece of mind, and I can able to rely on a secure connection to enable my visitors to safely browse content on my website.
Okay, if you are using GreenGeeks, you can ask for SSL to be configured for your website via Let’s Encrypt. All you have to do just open a support ticket, and ask for Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates. You have to wait for a while as you get these certificates issued. If you are using a CMS like WordPress, you may need to log into your sites again, and continue publishing new content. If you had a static website, you may need to edit your .htaccess file to redirect all traffic to https URLs Keep in mind; SSL certificates expire overtime, and you have to check them on a regular basis.