Enter a site path (the web root of the host for http authentication)


#1

Hi
What is 000webhost.com site path or web root (the web root of the host for http authentication) for CA authorization?


#3

Yeah I would think that would be your web root


#4

So what is the host’s 000webhost web root?


#5

I’m not understanding sorry can you give an example of what it should be?


#6

Maybe the question would help…am responding to Winsimple SSL question which is Enter a site path (the web root of the host for http authentication):


#7

Does 000webhost have a web root? aka site path?


#8

Apache? Server Root /etc/httpd

Document root / php Root would be /storage/ssd5/588/1363588/


#9

What are you trying to do sorry?


#10

Running Winsimple SSL encryption software


#11

What is the purpose of it? What outcome are you going for?


#12

converting http to https with LetsEncrypt integrated with Winsimple


#13

I’m not sure that will be able to be used on the free platform?


#14

In other words, it might not be compatible with sub domains,


#15

By default, 000webhost provides a secure connection for all 000webhostapp.com

If that statement holds true, where is the lock.


#16


#17

Your site has https but you’ve put some NON HTTPS items into your site it appears.


#18


Both contents are the same. What do you recommend?


#19

Host22 shouldn’t technically get SSL
But your main 000webhostapp should if all elements on the page are called from HTTPS


#20

Why doesn’t SSL wildcard auto transfer and populate on the second tier? It’s directly link to 000webhostapp.


#21

host22.com will be discontinued, new users and a lot of existing users are unable to use it any longer - we are only offering 000webhostapp.com so there is no need for us to provide SSL on old panel subdomains which will go out of service soon.