Main Topics

  • Setting Up Site Security/Accelerator Services with Pagely

    At Pagely, we provide a full caching, security, and CDN layer for your site to utilize. However, you might decide to use an additional gateway solution such as: CloudFlare SiteLock Sucuri Fastly Incapsula While these services will typically work fine, you'll likely want to do a bit of extra con...

  • Deleting TLS / SSL certificates in Atomic

    This article explains how to delete an SSL/TLS Certificates that you've installed in Atomic. By default the trash can icon will be disabled to prevent you from accidentally deleting an active TLS/SSL certificate. To delete this certificate, you must explicitly deactivate it. Here's how to do it. ...

  • Redirecting Traffic to HTTPS/SSL (Port 443)

    Pagely's new Atomic dashboard makes it very convenient to encrypt your site. However, you may have noticed after a successful installation of an SSL certificate, your site still loads over HTTP (port 80). This is to ensure that your site doesn't break. It is the recommendation of Pagely you first...

  • Installing a Free Let's Encrypt SSL Certificate

    Let's Encrypt is a certificate authority that provides TLS/SSL encryption via an automated process designed to reduce the time and cost of producing/renewing site certificates. Many hosting companies have implemented this process into their workflow, and we are proud to say we are one of them.  W...

  • Installing 3rd-Party SSL Certificates

    This article will provide steps for uploading and installing your 3rd-party SSL certificate. What is a TLS/SSL Certificate? SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates are digital certificates used to identify ownership of a public key. This provides a way of assuring the user that the site can be tr...

  • Generating a CSR in Atomic

    Purpose This document will explain how to generate a CSR in your Atomic dashboard once logged in. What is a CSR? A CSR (Certificate Sign Request) is a message sent to a certificate authority (CA), which is needed in order to apply for a digital identity certificate. It will contain information su...

  • Using Cloudflare and Serving your Site via HTTPS

    CloudFlare has several SSL options available but you'll want to use the full (strict) mode. Per CloudFlare's support page, setting the SSL Option to strict will create a secure connection between the visitor and CloudFlare, and secure and authenticated connection between CloudFlare and your web s...