Here's how I got my GitHub hosted site to be https with CloudFlare.
1: Went to https://www.cloudflare.com/ and set up an account.
2: With the hosting company I have s10wen.com registered with, I logged into their control panel and updated the Nameservers (DNS) that CloudFlare provided me after signing up e.g.
3: Within 24 hours I checked back on CloudFlare and saw my DNS updated.
4: Logged into CloudFlare, went to Page Rules, setup a new rule:
I'm not very familar with the ins and outs of https and I've seen https://letsencrypt.org/ and from there https://letsencrypt.org/2015/12/03/entering-public-beta.html to https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt and https://letsencrypt.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ and then https://twitter.com/s10wen/status/672716229984038912 and:
simp_le --email [email protected] -f account_key.json \
I really didn't find any of that simple. I also found it time consuming if I was to read up on it all. Hopefully the above 5 steps will help and I'll update this post if I find out a better way or more information.
I'd be interested to know the benefits of going with letsencrypt vs the method I used.
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