How to install ssl certificate in your cPanel.

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Installation of SSL certificates is typically done by the hosting company that provides web hosting services. You may also choose to install an SSL certificate on your own, then, you may want to install an SSL certificate on your domain name following the instructions, 

We at Paidboom offers free SSL certificate with our cloud wordpress hosting and also we would help with installing SSL certificate.

How to install an SSL certificate

Step 1: First, log in to your cPanel control panel.

Step 2: Once you are logged in, Search Let’s Encrypt SSL

Note: Before Generating SSL Certificate, make sure you updated our name servers.

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Step 3: Click on Issue button, which is mentioned in the image

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Step 3: Again click on the issue button

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It’s Done now, Congratulations! The certificate is now installed on the server for your site. The site should now be accessible via https://.

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Please write below in the comment section if you face any issue.


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sumit · January 18, 2020 at 10:18 am

sir i have already done these steps. but not able to find ssl certificate on my website.

    Paidboom · January 28, 2020 at 8:26 am

    Make sure you have valid SSL certificate.

    Harvendra · May 22, 2020 at 2:54 pm

    Hi team, I already have SSL for one of my site. Now I have one more site so would be there any option for selecting my new domain?

      Paidboom · August 28, 2020 at 9:20 am

      You can issue SSL to unlimited number of sites as long as they’re hosted on Paidboom.

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