First off, apologies because SSL certificates and hosting, etc. are not really my wheelhouse. The issue though is that our blog uses Let's Encrypt and the SSL certificate expired yesterday morning, and the person who usually managed/maintained this is no longer with the company. Is there a way we can renew the certificate???
Appreciate any help!
Welcome @sjstx There are dozens if not hundreds of ways to get and manage certs. It would help us if you could answer as much as you can from the form you should have been shown when posting in the Help section. Most of us here are volunteers offering our time and expertise for free. It works best if we have something to start with. Thanks
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