This how-to will walk you through the process of improving your website’s performance with SSL.com’s content delivery network (CDN). The topics to be covered are: Creating a CDN Resource Add an SSL-Enabled Custom Domain to Your CDN Using Your CDN with WordPress For a complete » Continue Reading.
The Dashboard is the first place you land when logging into your SSL.com account. This document, part of our portal documentation, will acquaint you with the Dashboard and all of its powerful features. You can use the following list to navigate to specific sections of the document » Continue Reading.
Welcome to SSL.com‘s guide to your customer account portal, a unified interface that allows you to manage all your purchased SSL.com products. The portal gives you access to many useful features, including purchasing any type of certificate, uploading necessary documents for validations, or accessing our powerful » Continue Reading.
The Domains page, found by clicking the Domains tab in your SSL.com customer account portal, allows you to manage all the domain names you’ve requested SSL.com products for. In essence, this page collects the domain names from all the certificate orders and vouchers you have » Continue Reading.
The Monitoring page, found by clicking the Monitoring tab in your SSL.com customer account portal, allows you to set and manage automated certificate expiration reminders. Please use the following list of links to jump ahead to a topic that interests you: Introduction to the Interface » Continue Reading.
The Teams page is part of your SSL.com account portal, and allows you to organize users, orders, transactions and validations into logical groups, called Teams. (For more information about Teams, please refer to our introductory article.) This document — part of our portal documentation — will walk you » Continue Reading.
This document, part of our portal documentation, describes the features implemented in the Users page of your SSL.com customer account portal. The Users page allows you invite users to your SSL.com Teams, and manage their access permissions by assigning them roles. You can use the following list » Continue Reading.
This guide, part of our portal documentation series, is an introduction to your SSL.com account’s Orders page. The Orders page allows you to easily manage your account’s certificate orders. You can use the following links to navigate the sections of this document: Introduction to the Interface » Continue Reading.
The Validations page is where you can manage any validation actions required for your SSL.com certificate orders. This document, part of our portal documentation, is a guide to using the Validations page. (You may refer to our documentation for any additional information on other features » Continue Reading.
A successful voice or SMS contact to a validated telephone number is required to issue any Organization Validation (OV) certificates – also known as High Assurance certificates. SSL.com’s certificates requiring callbacks include: High Assurance SSL Code Signing Personal Pro Email and ClientAuth Business Email, ClientAuth, and Document Signing NAESB Client » Continue Reading.