By now, you’ve surely heard that your website prefix should be HTTPS, not HTTP. Changing your website URL’s prefix from HTTP to HTTPS is an important step in securing your website overall, improving your page rank and SEO trustworthiness, and giving your users (and yourself) peace of mind. But how do you actually do it? We’ll tell you everything you need to know.
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