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    what is the step by step procedure to migrate a website domain from http to https

    I am going to migrate my site domain from http to https (secure one). Please provide me the step by step procedure for that....

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    First, you'll generate a CSR for SSL.
    Secondly, you'll get an SSL and place the Files to your server.

    At last, add SSL Files Path on the Web Server Configuration Files and then add a redirect http to https rule.

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    Step 1 – Turn off CDN.
    Step 2 – Clear your Website's Cache.
    Step 3 – Update all Database and Hardcoded Links to HTTPs.
    Step 4 – Update all CDN URLs to HTTPS.
    Step 5 – Update Custom JS, Ajax Libraries to HTTPS.
    Step 6 – Add 301 Redirects.
    Step 7 – Update Origin URL on CDN.
    Step 8 – Install SSL Cert on CDN.

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    I agree with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpa View Post
    Step 1 – Turn off CDN.
    Step 2 – Clear your Website's Cache.
    Step 3 – Update all Database and Hardcoded Links to HTTPs.
    Step 4 – Update all CDN URLs to HTTPS.
    Step 5 – Update Custom JS, Ajax Libraries to HTTPS.
    Step 6 – Add 301 Redirects.
    Step 7 – Update Origin URL on CDN.
    Step 8 – Install SSL Cert on CDN.
    Agreed. Thanks for posting.
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    If you’re going to collect sensitive information or conduct transactions online, you should plan on changing from http to https on your website.
    To discover why, let’s start with some definitions:
    Http (or Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) is the method by which data is moved around the Web. You can see just how integral http is to the online world by looking at the beginning of any Web address.
    On the plus side, http is fast and reliable. On the minus side, it’s as secure as a diamond at a cat burglar’s convention. There are lots of ways to hack your way into data being transferred via http and while that’s not a problem for many online data transfers (e.g. watching a video, viewing a website), it is a problem if you need to protect the data that’s being sent.
    Https (or Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) is the answer to the data protection issue. Used on sites that feature eCommerce, banking, and even just a login page, https protects data by encrypting it before sending it either way by using an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Certificate.
    An SSL certificate contains both public and private encryption keys that are long strings of alphanumeric characters used to encrypt data in a way that’s very hard to crack thus making it ideal for protecting sensitive data.

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    8 Steps to Move Your WordPress Site to HTTPS
    Back Up Your Website. ...
    Implement Your SSL Certificate. ...
    Add HTTPS to the WordPress Admin Area. ...
    Update the Site Address. ...
    Change Links in Your Content and Templates. ...
    Implement 301 Redirects in .htaccess. ...
    Test and Go Live. ...
    Update Your Site Environment.

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