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 *, which vastly simplified the process of securing multi-domain 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