What is included in this HTTPS service
SSL Certificate Check
We will do an extensive check of the SSL certificate that is installed on your server and verify it it setup correctly. We will also provide you with expiration date info which many miss and can cause your site to go down.
Full HTTPS URL Transition
This task is key in making sure your site is HTTPS compliant in all areas. Our Agent will change all site paths from HTTP to HTTPS and ensure it is done correctly to avoid search engine ranking issues.
Complete Service Checks
Your assigned Agent will make sure your site meets a high level of security standards. This audit will perform an extensive check of the most critical security points in WordPress and correct any issues that are discovered.
HERE’S OUR 3-STEP PROCESS
How It Works.
Answer Some Questions
We ask some questions related to Projects in order to clear our concepts.
We Analyse & Plan
After asking questions related to Project, we analyse and plan how to develop project according to requirements of client.
We Deliver & Launch
After development of Project according to satisfaction of client, We Deliver and Launch.
Our guarantee is super simple
- We will not require any more than $57 to secure your site
- Your SSL service will be started immediately
- Our skilled agent will work diligently and quickly
- We will provide you with details of everything we completed
Frequently Asked Questions
HTTPS stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. It is the secure version of HTTP, which is the protocol used for transmitting data between a website and a user’s browser. HTTPS ensures that the communication is encrypted and secure.
HTTPS is important for several reasons:
- Data security: HTTPS encrypts the data transmitted between the website and the user, preventing unauthorized access and data interception.
- User trust: Having a secure connection with HTTPS reassures users that their information is protected, enhancing trust and credibility.
- SEO benefits: Search engines prioritize websites with HTTPS, as it is considered a ranking factor. Using HTTPS can positively impact your website’s search engine rankings.
HTTPS uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (Transport Layer Security) certificates to encrypt the data transmitted between the website and the user’s browser. These certificates verify the identity of the website and establish a secure connection, ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of the data.
Yes, HTTPS is recommended for all websites, even if they don’t handle sensitive information. It helps protect user privacy, prevents data tampering, and improves overall security. Additionally, many browsers now display warnings for non-HTTPS websites, potentially impacting user trust.
To enable HTTPS for your website, you need to obtain an SSL/TLS certificate from a trusted certificate authority (CA). This certificate is installed on your web server, enabling the secure connection. There are various types of certificates available, including free and paid options, depending on your needs.
While self-signed certificates provide encryption, they are not recommended for public-facing websites. They are not trusted by default by web browsers and may display warning messages to users. It is advisable to obtain a certificate from a trusted CA to ensure widespread trust and compatibility.
Initially, enabling HTTPS may cause a slight increase in server resource usage due to the encryption process. However, with modern technology and optimized setups, the impact on website performance is usually minimal and outweighed by the security benefits. Proper configuration and caching can help mitigate any potential performance impact.
Yes, switching to HTTPS can be done without losing SEO rankings if implemented correctly. It is important to properly redirect HTTP URLs to their HTTPS counterparts, update internal links, and notify search engines of the change. Implementing a comprehensive SEO migration plan and following best practices will help maintain your rankings.
Mixed content refers to a webpage that contains both secure (HTTPS) and insecure (HTTP) elements, such as images, scripts, or stylesheets. Browsers may display warnings for mixed content, potentially affecting the user experience. Resolving it involves updating the insecure content to use HTTPS or removing it if not essential.
Yes, SSL/TLS certificates typically have an expiration date and need to be renewed periodically. The validity period varies depending on the certificate type and issuer. It is important to keep track of the expiration date and renew the certificate before it expires to maintain a secure connection.