Wildcard SSL certificates allow you to generate one SSL certificate for all subdomains
Written by Chris Oliver
Updated over a week ago
To use wildcard SSL certificates, you'll need to add the wildcard domain to your application. A wildcard domain looks like "*.example.org"
The Wildcard SSL settings are hidden by default but will appear after you enter a wildcard domain.After entering the wildcard domain...
LetsEncrypt needs to verify you own the domain, so you'll need to add your API token and DNS host to your app's Domain settings. Once you do this, Caddy will use this to verify the domain on your DNS host and will generate the wildcard SSL certificate once it's verified.
You can view the Caddy logs on the load balancer or web server page to see the status of your SSL certificate generation.
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