How to get a FREE SSL Certificate for your website


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Google will be updating Google Chrome to version 63 and with this there will be a security warning on all websites that don't have HTTPS set up(all websites that have a contact form)

If your website has a contact form that contains the form fields < input type="text" > or < input type="email" >it will tell the users the website is not secure.

You can read more about the Chrome update here.
This is all part of Google's plan to make the whole web secure.

For this reason we have created three guides for setting up a Free SSL certificate; each will show you configure them with three major domain name providers.
The three we are covering are GoDaddy, Register365 and NameCheap.com.

Setting up the FREE SSL certificate requires very basic technical skills(clicking on things and copying/pasting) and each tutorial is a 10 step guide that so easy to follow my dad could do it.

Click here for the steps for setting up your SSL with GoDaddy free ssl cert

Click here for the steps for setting up your SSL with NameCheap.com free ssl cert

Click here for the steps for setting up your SSL with Register free ssl cert




If you have a website with us than there is no need to worry, we will be adding https to all of our websites for free over the next month.

Thanks for reading.

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Derek McAuley

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Hi, I’m Derek McAuley, a freelance web developer, based in Dublin, Ireland. I've spent the past few years as a freelance web programmer for Wonderful Websites. I am a tireless seeker of knowledge, occasional purveyor of wisdom and also, coincidentally, a Web Developer.