Using the Key and Certificate You Already Have

SSL requires a dedicated IP, because name-based hosting does not support data encryption in HTTP requests. Most of our plans run on shared IPs.  If you wish to request a dedicated IP for this purpose please request it through our support system.


To enable SSL, do the following:


Select Domain info in the Domain Settings menu.


Click the Edit icon in the Web Service field.


Enable SSL for the domain in the list.


Agree to charges, if any.


Enter the SSL Server Private Key and SSL Certificate in the boxes that appear:



In the Site Name field, choose whether you want to secure with or without the www prefix. Only one option will work correctly. For instance, if you choose to secure, your visitors will get security warnings when they go to


Click Submit. Now your site is secured.