How to Use AutoSSL

How to Use AutoSSL

With AutoSSL, JungleWP can automatically issue, deploy, and renew SSL certificates for your websites.
AutoSSL certificates are fully trusted by browsers just as certificates you purchase from a certificate authority (CA). There's no need for you to generate a certificate signing request (CSR), pay a CA for each certificate, or worry about renewing certificates when they expire.
There is no limit to the number of websites or domains you can have secured with AutoSSL.

Enabling AutoSSL

Before AutoSSL will be available for a website, you must first add the website's domains in JungleWP.
Once you've added your app's domains, you'll have an AutoSSL option available in your website's SSL tab.
When you click on Enable AutoSSL, JungleWP will enable SSL for your app using an AutoSSL certificate. This certificate will be automatically renewed by JungleWP before it expires.
AutoSSL is only available if you have not deployed your own SSL certificate to your app. If you have already deployed your own SSL certificate, you must delete that certificate before you can enable AutoSSL.
If your site does not display correctly when accessed over SSL, check your site for mixed HTTP/HTTPS content.


JungleWP can issue AutoSSL certificates for websitesthat meet the following requirements of our certificate provider, Let's Encrypt:
DNS for your domains must resolve to your server or, JungleWP domain zones or, if you use a CDN like CloudFlare, the CDN must be configured to proxy requests to your server.
Your domains cannot be wildcard domains.
Each website can have at most 100 domains. Each subdomain counts as a separate domain.
If any of your website's domains are not available for AutoSSL, you will see the reason why when you click AutoSSL.

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