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Convert an Existing Alias to HTTPS

This shortcode allows you to add an SSL certificate to an alias assigned to a site on your server and convert it to HTTPS.

To run Nodalio shortcodes on your server, please follow this guide.

Shortcode usage format:

  • sudo nodalio aliasconverthttps primary.com domain.com

Shortcode reference:

  • primary.com – your site’s primary domain/subdomain.
  • domain.com – the alias you would like to convert.

Notes:

  1. Make sure the alias you’re going to convert is correctly pointing to your server. To find out more about DNS records and how to correctly point your domain to a server, click here.
  2. In order to make sure your domain is pointing to the server, you may use the sitedomain-verify shortcode.
  3. To check which aliases you assigned to a site on your server, you may use the aliaslist shortcode.

Shortcode format in the Nodalio Dashboard:

Shortcode result in the Nodalio Dashboard:

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