Add SSL Certificate to your WordPress website first you know…
What is an SSL Certificate?
To protect your site visitors from hackers WordPress recommends SSL/TLS certificates for the site. After SSL/TLS certificates enable visitors to connect to your site with HTTPS, it means risk-free for exchanging information on the Internet. SSL certificates help visitors connecting an HTTPS connection, It means your visitor’s information is encrypted from your web server.
SSL Certificate is important for all e-commerce site, but we recommend for all sites because HTTPS protect visitor’s privacy.
You have purchased an SSL Certificate for a WordPress site, you would need to tell your web hosting provider to install it on your site URL. It takes 2-3 days for installation but before you have installed WordPress and start working on your site. Currently, it is a simple URL like this http://yoursitename.com. Now you want to change it with https://yoursitename.com after confirmation from SSL certificate installation.
How to install an SSL certificate
There are some plugins available for SSL certificate settings on your site. Read our article on
how to install WordPress plugin?
1. Really Simple SSL
2. WP Force SSL
It is an easy way to set HTTPS on an installed SSL certificate website link. Login to your Cpanel and goto phpMyAdmin section, click on your database, and goto WP options section update the site URL and home URL with HTTPS and save. Now your site is ready with https://yoursitename.com. You can also read the article change WordPress password by phpMyAdmin.
How to check HTTPS enable on wp website?
Login to your WP Admin panel and check your WordPress Address (URL) and Site Address (URL) with HTTPS or not under General Settings tab. If it is showing HTTPS then your site is ready with https://yoursitename.com
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