Add an SSL certificate to a Squarespace website


Ever wonder what that little green lock in the address bar of your browser means? Have you noticed that it's on your checkout page, but not on the other pages of your website?

Adding an SSL certificate to your website is a way to provide your visitors an extra layer of security. It can prevent hackers from intercepting or "listening in" while they browse your site or fill out contact forms. It also keep their connection to your site private. It also has (rumored) positive SEO benefits as Google (potentially) ranks sites with SSL higher. Either way, SSL Certificates are now free on Squarespace so you should have one.

To get help
  • Create a Sixty account
  • Pick a time for a screenshare session
  • Do it together with your designer
Suggested session length: 15-30 minutes
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