Website migration to HTTPS.

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Thanks to LetsEncrypt, using certificates doesn’t cost anything anymore.
So I finally decided to make the move.
I will present how to do it in a coming tutorial.

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That will be a great information. I have setup a local website for education purposes and adding a legitimate certificate will be a nice improvement.

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