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I need a little advice from some WordPress website developers. I'm beginning development of my first store site for an existing client. I currently have an SSL Certificate setup on my live server, which I'm having some issues with. See this thread for more details: http://www.studiopress.community/topic/need-help-with-ssl-problem/
My question is, should I purchase and setup a real SSL Certificate on my Synology development server or is a self-signed certificate okay? I think I know the answer to this question, but I thought I would ask a few professionals.
I use Let's Encrypt. https://letsencrypt.org/. SiteGround supports Let's encrypt through cPanel. It automatically installs and renews the certificate. It's really no hassle and no cost whatsoever.
I have a separate SSL certificate for my dev environment. It helps flush out issues before applying them to production.
Awesome! Thanks Victor.
I typically setup my development websites as subdomains of my own website. Does this company offer a certificate that covers that kind of setup?
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