All things HTTP/2 and HTTPS — Draft podcast

Welcome to the Post Status Draft podcast, which you can find on iTunes,Β Stitcher,Β and via RSS for your favorite podcatcher. Post Status Draft is hosted by Joe Hoyle — the CTO of Human Made — and Brian Krogsgard.

HTTPS and HTTP/2 are somewhat intertwined, and a lot has been going on lately in this realm. Google has made a big push to encourage the use of SSL for websites — including making it a search ranking factor — and LetsEncrypt and other services are offering new ways to deliver free SSL certificates, securely. And HTTPS is required for HTTP/2, which is making a big splash as well, quickly outpacing SPDY. Today, we’ll talk about what these terms are, and what it means for the web and for WordPress.

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  1. There are not really any big differences in SSL/TLS certs. Technically some SLL certs support more ciphers and encryption protocols but nobody cares. I recommend getting whatever is reasonably priced each year or free certs from LetsEncrypt or somewhere else.

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