How to force HTTPS redirect on cPanel?

cPanel allows you to force HTTPS redirect for your domain name. This means that even if a user tries to visit they will automatically be redirected to the secure HTTPS version.

In order to force HTTPS redirect on cPanel, simply follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your cPanel account and navigate to the Domains section.
  2. Click on the Domains option.
  3. Here you will see a list of your domain names and a toggle option under the header “Force HTTPS Redirect“. Click this to On and you will see a confirmation message.

That’s it. Your website will now automatically redirect to secure HTTPS even if a user visits the unsecured version of your website.

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