alex at tweedly.net
Mon Dec 26 16:04:02 CET 2016
The easy answer is to use a certificate from Let's Encrypt -
certificates are free, on-rev can enable them and will renew them
All you need to do is send an email to on-rev support and they will set
it up for you (though obviously, this is the holidays so they may take a
little while :-)
Here's a clip of an email I got from David while I was requesting it ...
> The way this works is that all sites under your account which are not
> currently secured
> with a preexisting SSL certificate will be automatically set up with a
> Let's Encrypt
> certificate. This process is entirely automated and does not require
> any manual setup
> from yourself, and the certificates are automatically renewed when
> they are about to
> This can be set up for On-Rev accounts as well as Livecode Hosting
> accounts. I can
> enable this for your account if you would like me to do so.
One example I have is https://kilmelford.com
Probably not relevant for you Tim, but it is possible, and advisable, to
redirect all non-https URLs into the secure versions - though I have yet
to do it myself.
A good guide - just ignore the hostM-specific parts - can be found at
On 26/12/2016 13:29, Tim Selander wrote:
> I have on on-rev account on sage. Also use the Jimdo service, and put
> iframes from on-rev with .lc scripts into the Jimdo pages.
> Now Jimdo is requiring all outside widgets, scripts, iframes, etc. to
> come from secure (https) domains.
> Complete newbie on SSL... looking at Cpanel help pages was not too
> helpful. Can anyone give a quick rundown of the process? Or point to a
> tutorial for beginners?
> Many thanks
> Tim Selander
> Tokyo, Japan
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