On this page, you will find an instruction on how to enable HTTPS for your domain. The instruction assumes that you are
using Cloudflare as your DNS service and you are connecting to your Newsy via CNAME.
There might be other tools that offer similar services and you are free to use any of them.
Newsy is not affiliated with CloudFlare or any of its subsidiaries. We recommend CloudFlare since
their DNS tool is excellent and mostly, their service is free for making it work with Newsy, which we
highly recommend our users to make use of.
Once you have set up your CNAME via CloudFlare's DNS tool, you can click on the
SSL/TLS option and click on the
Full SSL/TLS mode as shown in the screenshot below.
Now your site has HTTPS enabled, which means you can access
https://www.my-domain.com, but the HTTP still goes to
Ideally, what you want to do is redirect all requests to one single destination -
https://www.my-domain.com and you can achieve this by
setting up Page Rules in CloudFlare.
Essentially, you are telling CloudFlare, if someone requests X, make sure you redirect them to Y and since
your domain is configured through CloudFlare, page rules are handled by CloudFlare automatically before
request is passed to Newsy.
Assuming the address for your site is https://www.my-domain.com,
we create 3 page rules as follows.
By enabling the above page rules, you should now see all requests coming through one single URL. There is no changes required on