Here’s our collection of pages about Switching From HTTP to HTTPS
How to Switch to HTTPS on WordPress in 5 Minutes (& Why You Should Do It NOW)
I’m pretty stubborn. For years, SEO experts and professional bloggers have urged bloggers to switch to HTTPS—but I didn’t listen. Frankly, I didn’t know how to switch to HTTPS, and so I was worried it would take too much time and be a hassle.
I FINALLY I took the plunge last week, and guess what? It took me about five minutes. Yes, if you want to increase traffic to your blog, rank better in Google search, and be seen as a professional—you need to switch to HTTPS. This b…More at https://www.whereverwriter.com
Guide: Converting Your Site From HTTP to HTTPS
From a developers perspective, this is a relief. I am happy to see Google pushing HTTPS and pleased to see HTTP connections fade. Without going into why an HTTPS website is better for everyone (for those interested: privacy, consistency, and security…More at https://www.elevated.com
HTTP to HTTPS: An SEO’s guide to securing a website
Back when I wrote the article, “Why Everyone Should Be Moving To HTTP/2,” it was meant to bring awareness to an awesome protocol upgrade that I thought was an easy win to make a website faster.
Since then, I have spoken to hundreds of business owners and SEOs about upgrading, performed dozens of upgrades and troubleshot dozens more. I have realized that there is still one big hurdle for both business owner…More at https://searchengineland.com
Complete Guide – How to Migrate from HTTP to HTTPS
Brian Jackson | Updated: August 17, 2017 With the performance benefits you now get from HTTP/2, there has never been a better time to thinking about moving your site to HTTPS; not to mention the additional security and SEO advantages.
Follow our guide below on how to migrate your site from HTTP to HTTPS. As you know Google is pushing hard for HTTPS everywhere so that the web is a safer place. While being more secure is always important, there are some additional reasons…More at https://www.keycdn.com
How Switching From Http to Https: Can Affect Your Rankings
Moving your website to HTTPS / SSL: tips & tricks
In 2014, we decided to switch over to the (now) commonly-used HTTPS to encrypt sensitive data that’s being sent across our website. This post describes some useful tips based on our own experiences that might come in handy if you’re considering switching.
Optimize your site for search & social media and keep it optimized with Yoast SEO Premium » Back in 2014 HTTPS became a hot-topic after the Heartbleed bug became public. This bug allowed people with ill intent to listen…More at https://yoast.com
SEO considerations when moving from HTTP to HTTPS
Strategy Director Back in March 2014, Matt Cutts gave the audience at SMX West a little tip that making a site secure (i.e. using Secure Sockets Layer or SSL encryption) was going to trend in 2014.
Matt wanted to ensure that sites that utilize SSL encryption would see a ranking boost within Google, however at the time there were some people at Google that did not agree with him, nor did they want this to happen. Well, only a couple of weeks ago Google announced that using SSL encryption…More at https://www.branded3.com
Why Did My Rankings Drop After Switching to HTTPS/SSL?
Before we begin, I want to say two things. I understand that a ranking drop can be bad. I also understand that not all sites absolutely need SSL for their site. However, if you have absolutely any reason for a user to input any personal information, including just an email opt-in form, you absolutely should be using SSL. SSL has a lot of benefits for a website.
For one thing, Google has been considering SSL to be a ranking factor since 2014. It’s been a minor factor – a site with go…More at http://www.seoblog.com
Migrating to HTTPS: How SSL Impacts Search Engine Rankings
For the real low-down on how SSL now affects your search engine rankings, we went to the pros to find out more.
This post is from the experts over at DigiCert. On August 6, Google announced that they are now giving ranking boosts to sites secured with SSL. This initiative, called HTTPS everywhere or “Always-On” SSL/HTTPS, has been pushed as a security best practice…More at https://www.seo.com
Why switching to https in 2017 needs to be top of your list
According to Mozcast, the number of websites appearing in the top positions of Google that are served on a https protocol is up from 25% in January (2016) to 40% (26/10/2016). Data from Builtwith has also shown than the number of websites using an SSL by default has more than doubled in the last 12 months.
Personally, I’m surprised that this number isn’t higher, especially since Google Chrome has started to warn users that their connection may not be secure (when connecting to a site served …More at https://www.oncrawl.com
301 Redirect For Entire Site
Htaccess redirect entire site to new domain
If you want to move your website to new domain without hurting its SEO then use 301 redirect. Most simple way to do this is using htaccess mod_rewrite. Here I will explain 2 methods to redirect whole site to new domain. Most webmaster uses following htaccess rule to move their website but this is a wrong way.
This rule redirects each page on old domain to root of new domain (eg: http://olddomain.com/page.html to http://newdomain.com/) that affects indexed pages in search engine…More at https://99webtools.com
How do I redirect my site using a .htaccess file?
This document will explain how to create a .htaccess file to redirect your site or site content. This will not redirect any emails for your domains. READ ME FIRST As a configuration file, .htaccess is very powerful.
Even the slightest syntax error (like a missing space) can result in your content not displaying correctly or at all. Since .htaccess is a hidden system file, please make sure your FTP client is configured to show hidden files. This is usually an option in the program’s…More at https://mediatemple.net
301 Redirect an Entire Site With HTAccess
If you have a website you want to move to a new domain, one of the easiest and best ways to do it is with a 301 redirect in an .htaccess file in your web server root. It’s important that you use a 301 redirect rather than a meta refresh or other type of redirect.
This tells search engines that the pages have been permanently moved to a new location. Google and other search engines will then update their indexes to use the new domain without changing your indexing values…More at https://www.thoughtco.com
Redirection – SEO Best Practices
Advance your marketing skills: Redirection is the process of forwarding one URL to a different URL. There are three main kinds of redirects: 301, 302, and meta refresh. A redirect is a way to send both users and search engines to a different URL from the one they originally requested.
Below are descriptions of some of the commonly used types of redirects. A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect which passes between 90-99% of link juice (ranking power) to the redirected page. 301 refers to…More at https://moz.com
How To Add SSL Certificate
How To Install an SSL Certificate from a Commercial Certificate Authority
SSL certificates allow web servers to encrypt their traffic, and also offer a mechanism to validate server identities to their visitors. The main benefit of using a purchased SSL certificate from a trusted CA, over self-signed certificates, is that your site’s visitors will not be presented with…More at https://www.digitalocean.com
SSL Certificate Installation Tutorial – Step By Step Instructions
An SSL Certificate is a text file with encrypted data that you install on your server so that you can secure/encrypt sensitive communications between your site and your customers. After you create a CSR (certificate signing request) and purchase a certificate, our Validation team validates and processes your certificate request.
Once validated, we issue your SSL Certificate and send it to you via email. You can also download your SSL Certificate in your…More at https://www.digicert.com
Install an SSL Certificate on a Domain – Version 68 Documentation – cPanel Documentation
Install an SSL Certificate on a Domain) Use this interface to install an SSL certificate on a domain. Before you can use this feature, you must create or purchase a certificate, and you must possess the certificate’s key.
For more information, read the following documentation: SSL FAQ and Troubleshooting What is Domain TLS Important: When you install a certificate, this interface indicates whether you…More at https://documentation.cpanel.net