I migrated a site from
HTTPS was enforced all over, so most incoming links to oldsite are going to
oldsite.example domain used to point to a host which had a certificate for it. However, the domain now redirects to
newsite.example, and the host contains a certificate for that instead.
So people using direct links like
https://www.oldsite.example/anything receive a
My question is the following : how do I certify a domain that doesn’t have any hosting attached to it ?
Further info :
My domain name provider is OVH, the redirection is setup there
My host is PythonAnywhere
I have no idea what your question is supposed to mean. There is no such thing as “certify a domain that doesn’t have a host attached to it”.
But you actually solve the problem by installing a TLS certificate for the old domain.
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