I’m happy to help you get your WordPress website switched to HTTPS with a free SSL certificate that works properly on your readers’ web browsers. This will enable the “green padlock” and gain more trust with your audience and with Google.
I’ll enable your SSL certificate, enable the global site redirect to HTTPS, update internal and external image references (note: some images/ads which are hosted by external websites may not work with HTTPS) and test your site for the “green padlock.”
To use this service your web hosting server must support free “domain validation” certificates — like the certs from Let’s Encrypt — which are becoming widely available on shared hosting accounts. Many web hosting providers now provide this support.
- WordPress platform installed on your own website.
- Web hosting account with a control panel that supports free SSL certificates like the ones issued by Let’s Encrypt.
More Fixes Now Included!
Update: As of February 11, 2017, this service now includes fixing EPD-hosted Amazon buy buttons and fixing Amazon-hosted product images on your site.
Get Your Site Updated To Use HTTPS Hassle-Free
If your WordPress site is hosted by SiteGround or DreamHost you already have what is needed and may order this service now.
Several other hosting providers have added the correct capabilities as well, but I need to check first. If you don’t use SiteGround or Dreamhost please contact me and I’ll verify that your hosting server has the correct capabilities before you order this service.
Ready to get your site updated to HTTPS?
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