Provide an SSL badge for Cloudways users to display on their sites. Most SSL companies provide an HTML Coded badge for website users to see.
Provide an SSL badge for Cloudways users to display on their sites. Most SSL companies provide an HTML Coded badge for website users to click on which then opens a security check popup that shows that the site is, in fact, secure at the very moment of use. It's reassuring for users, especially on an e-commerce site, to know they are protected.
Saim Malik commented
wow also my website page https://www.kashmirtourmart.com/leh-ladakh-travel-agents/ shows you have insecure content but i have added https
David Venter commented
The browser itself already does this. See the lock next to your domain name in the address bar? That’s your SSL badge. Click it and it’ll provide certificate information. Having an HTML badge on the actual website itself is completely unnecessary but you’re welcome to add one yourself if you think the browser’s built-in SSL lock in the address bar is not enough. But trust me, it’s enough.
Cloudways uses Let's Encrypt for SSL. I agree with Let's Encrypt's executive director that SSL badges are a bad idea. Take a look at https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/lets-encrypt-badge-for-websites/6863/9