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The internet has evolved. Privacy and security have now become a top priority for most businesses. Even the internet giant, Google has started leveraging more importance to secured sites. This means, if you own an eCommerce store, then this is the right time to add Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protection to your website.
Talking about SSL, WordPress is by far the most widely used Content Management System (CMS) holding more than 28% market share, and hosting millions of eCommerce stores.
Therefore, we thought it would be a good idea to guide you through how to add an SSL certificate by Let’s Encrypt to any WordPress website for protecting user privacy. We will also cover the most common issues that occur while integrating SSL certificates, including how to address WordPress HTTPS mixed content challenges.
Many users believe that SSL integration secures a website. However, SSL only protects the private data of a user. Nonetheless, you should still learn the following steps to secure a site.
Our team at WP Buffs helps website owners, agency partners, and freelancer partners fix HTTPS mixed content warnings and other issues. Whether you need us to manage 1 website or support 1000 client sites, we’ve got your back.
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