Install SSL and update your site to show secure "https"

Delivery in
2 days
Response time
within a few hours

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What you get with this Hourlie

****Does the web browser show an "Insecure connection" sign when users visit your website?
****Are you trying to gain an edge over competition in search engine rankings?
****Are you looking for ways to gain the trust of your website visitors?

If yes, then this hourlie is for you!


Web browsers show a lock icon with a green symbol to visitors when their connection to your website is secured. This means that they will trust your website more when they see these cues and will be more likely to buy from you.

Also, with Google's new "HTTPS Everywhere" initiative - if a website has an SSL certificate and exhibits a commitment to online security, it will rank higher in Google Search results.

I am a top ranking web development and optimization specialist on PeoplePerHour and have handled security and https for clients across the world.

What is covered in this SSL
- Issue your SSL certificate from your SSL provider - (If you don't have one already, I will help with the purchase)
- Install the SSL on your website
- Force all content from your website to load via "https"
- Ensure the green padlock sign on your website

This hourlie is specially for Wordpress Websites and pure HTML/CSS websites.

What is not covered
- Websites hosted on servers with a command line and no CPANEL (AWS, Digital Ocean, etc.)
- Websites built on other CMSes like Joomla, Drupal, Magento, etc.

If you're not sure you meet above conditions, do write a short note to me with your website platform (Wordpress or HTML or other CMS + Your hosting provider + SSL purchased yes/no?)

Hire me and you get a TOP CERT PPH Professional, with 6+ years of experience in web development and optimization.
I have worked with 200+ clients across the world, and have received 5 STAR rating in ALL of my previous projects on PeoplePerHour.

Swati Agarwal

What the Seller needs to start the work

1. Login details of the website from where you've purchased the SSL Certificate (I can help if not done already)
2. Website Hosting Control Panel Details
3. If Wordpress, then wp-admin credentials