Yeah, SSLs.com, which used to be cheapSSLs.com. In my opinion, you do get the same cert for a much lower price, so I didn't see any reason not to go with 'em.
We're looking to introduce SSL support as an add-on for our premium hosting packages (bundled with village & city, extra for hamlets)
Right, I gave up with nginx, so to save my sanity, I went with apache instead. Getting an internal server error when I add the contents of the guide.
Noticed my bind address is 0.0.0.0, so I changed 127.0.0.1 to 0.0.0.0, but it didn't make a difference.
EDIT: Sorted it, now running without port. Followed Digital Oceans own guide on setting this up and it worked first time.
Would this introduce too much clutter to the UI?
@PitaJ said in Does the front end use any framework? and can I use my own?:
All of the interaction can be done through the API and sockets, so it's also possible to completely replace the front end.
Thank you, that is what I wanted to hear.
Just out of curiosity, is there a good market for themes? I have plenty of experience making forum themes,
so it might be a good source of income for me.
And again, thanks for the reply!