Autorenewing wildcard LetsEncrypt certificates on Namecheap using certbot + acme-dns

The "less" painful way

In early 2018, Let’s Encrypt began issuing wildcard HTTPS certificates (e.g. for *.bryanroessler.com), which vastly simplified the process of securing multidomain personal websites for free. The main drawback is that LetsEncrypt requires users to renew their site certificates every three months, which can be a headache if users handle renewals... [Read More]

Mass deploying Jekyll using git hooks

As advertised, Jekyll is an excellent choice for building a simple (and secure!) personal or small business website. However, when compared to its better-known and bigger brethren, scaling the Jekyll workflow to manage multiple sites or subdomains is not readily apparent. In this post I will outline a git-based workflow... [Read More]
Tags: jekyll git