Question about theWebsite

Discussion in 'Feedback and Suggestions' started by hamradi2, Mar 21, 2020.

  1. hamradi2

    hamradi2 Member

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    When was the last time you updated the main x10hosting website ? some on the information is old and out dated since your not using cpanel and have did the switch to direct admin. Is this a work in progress? some of the info might though new users off when you turn back on the sign-up's . This is just feed for throught .
     
  2. Anna

    Anna I am just me Staff Member

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    The site is next up for an overhaul, we just want to get all the underlying code, including our backend for account management, up to date and modernized before we start changing the visual parts as well.
     
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  3. hamradi2

    hamradi2 Member

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    That is good to no . Thank you
     
  4. macguysr78

    macguysr78 New Member

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    I saw this post but I still can't sign in.

    I'm sorry I don't know what to do, so I can sign in? Can some explain this in simple terms, step by step.

    Thanks

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    Hey, x10ers!

    Traditionally, I have recommended free users utilize CloudFlare to provide SSL for their websites because x10 did not support users adding their own SSL certificate. Most users are reporting that their website has an invalid certificate if they do not use this. There are some issues and limitations with this, and, hopefully, it will not be necessary from this point on.

    There is an SSL configuration screen in DirectAdmin, but the link appears to be missing. In the search bar, type "SSL" and the option will appear below your search. Alternatively, navigate to /user/ssl (links below).

    It's going to be really tempting to use the free certificate from Let's Encrypt. Right now, thousands of x10hosting free users are automatically being upgraded to this option! Unfortunately, Let's Encrypt does not let x10 register thousands of users at once. The registrations must be spaced out over hours, which will take many weeks to complete for every single account. If you choose that option and force it to happen manually, you will get a rate limit error until this backlog is cleared. x10 management is working on clearing this backlog.

    Until then, you can generate a self-signed certificate (which is still invalid according to your browser unless you have the tech savvy to override it), you can use the shared certificate (which will be invalid), or you can upload your own certificate. You can purchase a certificate from tons of vendors on the internet; just search for "SSL certificate" and pick your favorite.

    I'm tagging users that have requested this feature below.

    Links (pick your server from the list):
    https://x11.x10hosting.com:2222/user/ssl
    https://x12.x10hosting.com:2222/user/ssl
    https://x13.x10hosting.com:2222/user/ssl
    https://x14.x10hosting.com:2222/user/ssl
    https://x15.x10hosting.com:2222/user/ssl
     
  5. spacresx

    spacresx Active Member

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    @macguysr78
    first of all this is not the correct area ro post your question.
    you should have used the "Free Hosting" area to post it.

    second, you need open a new thread in "free hosting"
    asking for help adding ssl to your website.

    (in your example above your missing the rest of that post)
    those names were given permission to access the settings.
    while others needed to ask to be added to the list.

    for example users with permission would use.
    https://x15.x10hosting.com:2222/user/ssl
    where user/ssl is the users login name.
    the x15 is the server that user is on, the server is same
    as what your server uses to normally log into DirectAdmin Panel.

    the list of names that were added were already given permission.
     
  6. macguysr78

    macguysr78 New Member

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    Thanks
     

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