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Migrating WordPress to HTTPS

Paulo Abreu, Internet Entrepreneur

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11 Videos (27m)
    • Migrating Wordpress to HTTPS

      0:48
    • Introduction

      1:17
    • What is HTTPS?

      2:01
    • What is SSL?

      2:11
    • Backup Your Website!

      1:47
    • Installing SSL Certificate

      1:53
    • Configure WordPress For HTTPS

      6:19
    • Migrating WordPress Data to HTTPS

      4:57
    • Loading Insecure Elements with HTTPS

      2:24
    • HTTPS Changes Outside WordPress

      1:57
    • Final Thoughts

      1:44

About This Class

  1. Is your WordPress Website secure?
  2. Can your users trust your website with sensitive data?

A while back, entrepreneurs with a WordPress blog didn't worry about questions like this because a blog was just a blog. Today, nothing can be further from the truth. A secure website is key in keeping your users engaged. It's all about trust.

  • Why should I hang-out at an insecure website when thousands of others are secure?
  • I'm not giving away any info unless the website is secure!

You want to avoid thoughts like this going through your users minds...

You want that padlock to give your users the needed trust. You want that padlock to boost your reputation with Google. You don't want to be seen as insecure!

You need that padlock!

What you will learn

This class takes you through the necessary steps to migrate an existing WordPress website from HTTP to HTTPS. We will have a brief look at the fundamental theory behind the security technology:

  • What is HTTPS?
  • What is SSL?
  • Configuring WordPress for HTTPS
  • Migrating your WordPress database Data to HTTPS
  • Loading Insecure website elements
  • HTTPS outside Wordpress

By the end of this class you will have the necessary knowledge to migrate your WordPress website to HTTPS. Hopefully, the lock will be yours and your users will trust you.

Who is this class for?

Anyone with a WordPress website or thinking of creating a self-hosted Wordpress website and wants the padlock representing HTTPS.

Class Resources and Links

Google:

Google: Overview: Site moves with URL changes

Google: Secure your site with HTTPS

Plugins used in this Class:

Yoast SEO

Search & Replace

Better Search Replace

SSL Insecure Content Fixer

Other Links:

Redirect Check

worldwidemacato.com

Eco Web Hosting

StackOverflow

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Paulo Abreu

Internet Entrepreneur

I love learning new stuff and that makes me a life-long learner.

I started with IT Engineering and a solid career in IT and Project Management.

It took me a while to figure out how important it was to travel and see the world. I came up with a plan and after a couple of years, I was ready to go.

My travel project changed me forever. You can find my travel stories on my website Worldwidemacato.

I became an Internet Entrepreneur and my goal is to help people any way ...

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