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I’m moving a wordpress.com blog to self-hosted. I understand that wordpress.com is using LetsEncrypt to provide ssl certs for sites hosted with them now. I don’t need an ssl cert for the blog, but I don’t want users to get errors trying to access it on the new hosting. What’s the best approach? Can I generate a new cert when the blog is up and running on the new hosting, or will I need to get a copy of the existing cert from Wordpress and install it on the new hosting?