Recently I have got a free SSL certificate and install on my shared hosting server so today I am going to show you how to get your free SSL certificate and install on your shared hosting server so let follow these steps.
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Get your free SSL certificate from SSL For Free and enter your domain name.
Now select “Manual Verification (Upload verification files manually to your domain to verify ownership)” and click on the Manual verification button.
Download file #1 & #2 in your system and log in to your cPanel.
Create a folder in your domain named “.well-known” if it does not already exist.
Create another folder in your domain under “.well-known” named “acme-challenge” if it does not already exist
Upload the downloaded files to the “acme-challenge” folder.
Verify successful upload by visiting the following links in your browser.
If the files do not show random alphanumeric characters or show an error then recheck that you are uploading in the correct place. Also, try viewing the page source (Right-click then click “view page source”) of the above links to make sure nothing else shows up but the verification file contents. If you use IIS then you may have to change your server config so that files without an extension (or the wildcard MIME type) serve as text/plain. Contact your host if you are unsure.
Click Download SSL Certificate below.
After clicking on the Download SSL Certificate button you will get Certificate, Private Key & CA Bundle so saved these details.
Now go to SSL/TLS option in your cPanel and click on Manage SSL sites.
Select your Domain from drop-down option & fill up Certificate, Private Key & Certificate Authority Bundle. Now click on the Install Certificate button to install SSL on your selected Domain.
Congratulation you have successfully installed an SSL certificate for your domain. Now access your site with https.
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If you are using Mac OSX for the first time and switched from the windows environment and want to develop some cool web-based application then you need to install MAMP which is absolutely free. After installing MAMP on your local environment you need to add the MAMP version of PHP to the PATH variable.
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Instructions to Change PHP Installation:
First, Let’s find out what version of PHP we’re running (To find out if it’s the default version). To do that, within the terminal, run this command:
This should output the path to the default PHP install which comes pre-installed by Mac OSX, by default it has to be (Assuming you’ve not changed it before):
Now, we just need to swap this over to the PHP that is installed with MAMP, which is located at
To do this, we need to edit the .bash_profile and add the MAMP version of PHP to the PATH variable.
Within the Terminal, run
Type i and then paste the following at the top of the file: