SSL Cert for a Domain frame forwarder
please add feature to give SSL certificates to domains with the hosting typ forwarding
Thank you for your input! We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it will be popular.
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Robin Labadie commented
As Plesk won't move a finger for this, I would suggest two simple workarounds:
1) Avoid using frame forwarders. I don't see many scenarios where it's actually a good idea to use them. Also it's horrible for SEO.
2) If you're in a scenario where it's actually a good idea, then make an actual domain (with very small storage if you want), then secure it, then just make an index.html with an iframe inside. Takes 3 minutes.
Would require this feature due to an increased need of SSL for websites. Thus when a domain is used as a forwarding type but lack the required SSL functionality, this results in the behaviour of the forwarding website facing "This site can’t be reached" error when accessed through https.
Would appreciate this to be implemented soon.
Please please consider adding this feature.
Csaba Németh commented
It would be very useful aslo for mail SNI
Hosting type "No hosting" also needs this feature. Nice to have for parked domains.
Maurice Meulendijks commented
I need it for my customers.
Gabriel Vizcaino commented
Steffen Sandow commented
2 and a half year later and nothing happened... i really think we will never get these feature... thats sad
Yes, it should be dead simple and it's basic functionality that everybody needs!
David pin commented
it's very useful
Mustafa Ertekin commented
Yes I need it too..
Let's go !
If I'm not wrong, you can do this as follow:
- don't use the "forwarding", but just keep the "type hosting" on "website".
- Add this line to the nginx settings: rewrite ^/$ https://www.yourdomain.com permanent;
- Now you can add a let's encrypt certificate to the domain
Björn Valk commented
This function should absolutely be implemented
Bjørn Nornes commented
This is a MUST !
Definitely should be implemented
YES!! Browser will automatically try to load the ssl version of redirected sites what results in certificate errors
I don't think you should implement this based on popularity. It. Should. Just. Be. Implemented.
Wil Revehl commented
Is this still not working?
Lester Galanis commented
I just found this thread and I am so surprised that this is not supported. We have geo dns and we setup also subdomains pointing practically the same wordpress installation and we are getting the SSL error because of https:// frame not supported. THIS IS ABSOLUTELY LUDICROUS.
It is not like we need SSL for everything nowadays.