Once SSL Support is enabled for your Web Hosting Order, you would be able to:
install a Digital Certificate on this website: A Digital Certificate allows you to establish your credentials when doing business or other transactions on the web.
A dedicated IP is not required for installing an SSL certificate on your Shared Hosting package since Server Name Indication (SNI) is supported on our servers.
A Digital Certificate is provided by a reputed third party provider (Certifying Authority, or CA). You need to:
Generate a CSR, or a Certificate Signing Request from your Control Panel.
Submit the CSR to the Certifying Authority (CA) from whom you wish to purchase the certificate.
Get the certificate issued by your CA, and submit the same for your website from your Control Panel.
What is Server Name Indication?
Server Name Indication (SNI) support allows you to host multiple SSL certificates for different domains on the same IP address. Users who are on shared servers that support SNI can install their own certificates without a dedicated IP address.
SNI indicates which hostname is being contacted by the browser at the beginning of the 'handshake' process. This allows a server to connect multiple SSL Certificates to one IP address.