In some cases, such as PCI compliance requirements, you may need to change your TLS version on your Pagely-hosted WordPress site. In this article, we'll show you how to change your TLS version within Atomic.
Before beginning, if you want to learn more about TLS versions and how they impact your website, take a look at our article about understanding TLS versions.
How to Change Your TLS Version
Here's how to change your TLS version from within the Atomic control panel.
- Begin by logging into Atomic.
- Next, click on SSL from within the left side menu.
- You should now see the SSL Certificate Manager, along with a list that contains all of your currently installed SSL certificates.
Inside the list, locate your SSL certificate and click on the View icon to the right of it to view the certificate's details.
- Once inside the certificate details page, take a look at the Domains section.
From within this section, locate the domain that you want to change the TLS version configuration on, then click on the Edit icon to the right of it.
- A new window will appear that contains additional settings. Within the configuration window, look for the TLS Minimum Version/Cypher section.
Inside the TLS Minimum Version section, you're able to change your TLS version. Simply select it, then click on Save.