If you read our recent article about whether or not you need an SSL then you may be expecting the logical follow-up – How do I install an SSL? This is where work can either be intense or easily breezed past depending on which service you go with.
If you purchased WordPress hosting through us then installation couldn’t be easier! The following video shows how the process works on GoDaddy, and it works exactly the same way in your The Web Doctor account! Certainly, you were given the first year of a certificate complimentary with your plan if you purchased Ultimate WordPress Hosting at the annual rate.
How do I install an SSL Cert under cPanel?
Did you purchase cPanel hosting with us? Awesome, we certainly appreciate you for it! So these instructions should make the installation process as painless as possible. For example, check out the following resource from GoDaddy themselves.
Also, this video sheds light on the steps you need to take to get your certificate up and running on cPanel.
How do I install a Certificate on Plesk?
Plesk is a great environment for server management, but how do you install an SSL certificate in it? The following resource provides concise information which makes the process fairly simple.
How do I install a UCC Certificate?
Did you purchase a UCC SSL for multiple websites? Firstly, congratulations on your ambitions aspirations! Second, please review the following breakdown for how the process of installing a 5 site certificate works step by step.
How do I install a FREE SSL Certificate?
We hear ya, and we got ya covered! As a result, for Let’s Encrypt enthusiasts especially, the following instructional videos will guide you through the process of securing a certificate and then provides details on how to install them. Feel Free to use your complimentary certificates with us! To clarify, free is good!
Finally, did we miss anything? Please use the comment form below to let us know how we can improve our next article. SSL, hosting or otherwise any service you’re particularly interested in!
Jeremy has been The Web Doctor since 2006, replacing The Original Doctor Martin. Though many attempts have been made towards forcing the next evolution of The Web Doctor, Jeremy remains at the helm to this present day. Murphree completed a Specialization course on Creative Writing through Wesleyan University presented by Coursera in July of 2019.