How to force a redirection to HTTPS for a domain?

Just a few clicks to do it. Forcing a redirection to HTTPS is important for the security and positioning aspects of your website. Once you have gone through this short guide, users will always find a safe version of your website.

Set HTTPS redirection in cPanel

  1. Log in to Your cPanel account.
  2. In Domains section, click "Domains".
    How to force a redirection to HTTPS - step 1
  3. Select the domain for which you want to force an HTTPS redirection and press the switch icon in the Force HTTPS Redirect column.
    How to force a redirection to HTTPS - step 2

    When the redirection option is not available:

    • in case there is no SSL certificate for the domain. This also applies if the SSL certificate expires. In this situation you should create a request in the Client Area.
    • for addons domains and parked domains. This is caused by the inheritance of this value from the created subdomain of the main hosting domain.
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