Free Today Only - Secure Your WordPress Website with HTTPS for free Kindle edition at Amazon
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This book shows you how to migrate your website to HTTPS using free SSL certificates. The Kindle version is free today.
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I'm surprised they made a book about this.
SackCity1 m ago

I'm surprised they made a book about this.



Why?
Thanks
paul_merton24 m ago

Why?


You can quite easily find up to date guides online.
paul_merton31 m ago

Why?



because its a case of
Editing the wp-config, settings and the .htaccess file at the most to force https. and if you aren't using cpanel copying and pasting the ssl cert 3 times.

And as others have said, there is a quick online guide to do both. You do not need a "kindle book" yet alone pay for one.
taras1 h, 17 m ago

because its a case of Editing the wp-config, settings and the .htaccess …because its a case of Editing the wp-config, settings and the .htaccess file at the most to force https. and if you aren't using cpanel copying and pasting the ssl cert 3 times.And as others have said, there is a quick online guide to do both. You do not need a "kindle book" yet alone pay for one.


got a link to an ebook to walk me through that?

ohh wait "Get deal" got me there.
nougat12 m ago

got a link to an ebook to walk me through that?ohh wait "Get deal" got me …got a link to an ebook to walk me through that?ohh wait "Get deal" got me there.


its a page long (ok maybe 1 and 1/2) .. anything else is padding
taras2 h, 8 m ago

if you aren't using cpanel copying and pasting the ssl cert 3 times.


Perhaps you need the Kindle book!

Certbot will put the certificates in the right place automatically as long as you haven't fiddle about with the common defaults. I've never had a problem with Apache or Lightttpd using a control panel or, indeed, none. Also no need to edit wp-config. Why?

Then it comes to changing the WP general setting from http:// to https:// which is trivial. Also not all webservers use htaccess to force https but that's really just for neat completeness.

As others have said - its a Google and a couple of minutes to fix. About 2 paragraphs. But one paragraph is specific to your webserver or maybe renewal if your Control Panel doesn't do it for you.

Gratuitous plug for [free] Certbot enabled ISPConfig for those that don't see the point in paying more for cPanel than you do for the server.
nougat1 h, 4 m ago

got a link to an ebook to walk me through that?ohh wait "Get deal" got me …got a link to an ebook to walk me through that?ohh wait "Get deal" got me there.


Only if you have Kindle. Do you really want it?

I was alerted to its data sucking ways - not by this article which is pretty shocking: bullguard.com/blo…-it

But when I was low on my data allowance - and spotted one of the biggest was the Kindle App. Even though I had never used it in the month in question. Now background data is blocked. The AA app was another culprit ...

Google through Startpage and you may keep your life to yourself. Well unless its a mighty FSB honeytrap!
Cannot go wrong for free......HOT from me
And the award for pointless book of the year goes to..
brainsys10th Apr

Only if you have Kindle. Do you really want it?I was alerted to its data …Only if you have Kindle. Do you really want it?I was alerted to its data sucking ways - not by this article which is pretty shocking: https://www.bullguard.com/blog/2015/07/did-you-know-that-your-kindle-is-spying-on-you-here-is-how-to-stop-itBut when I was low on my data allowance - and spotted one of the biggest was the Kindle App. Even though I had never used it in the month in question. Now background data is blocked. The AA app was another culprit ...Google through Startpage and you may keep your life to yourself. Well unless its a mighty FSB honeytrap!


Hmmmmmmmmmmmm. :-(

A very interesting article link that ...

What has the FSB got to do with either Amazon, or the AA?.

(I'm trying to get my head around your trail of thought basically).

That aside, I'm curious, is it only dedicated Kindle eBook Reader's your link affects?, or are allllllll affected instead? (eg. Kindle HD's too, etc?).

And will it also effect other non-hardware 'varients' of the same also? (eg. the Software-powered Kindle Software, for Platforms like Window's, and the like?).

Are those valid comparatives to make, or do those 'extras' I've mentioned prove immaterial altogether?.

I'm curious, as I have a Kindle HD 8 Device, as well as making use of the Window's Kindle Software on my Laptop every once in a while ...

Thanx in advance for any future input. :-)
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