What if the Source link were required to contain this information? I don’t think that is an unreasonable request to be “featured” on such a popular list.
We don’t seem to be doing too bad:
- Antagonist - confirmed in source
- Domaineshop - confirmed in source
- EasyStore - confirmed in source
- GitHub Pages - contradicted by source (this one’s actually my fault, they enable LE by default but do not redirect by default)
- Inspedium Corp. - not confirmed by source
- Manitu - confirmed by source
- Neocities - confirmed by source
- Netsite - contradicted by source (claims manual enablement is required)
- Pride Tech Design - confirmed by source
- Shopify - contradicted by source (manual enablement required; also my fault haha)
- Squarespace - possibly contradicted by source (it’s unclear but Insecure appears to be the default setting)
- Tumblr - contradicted by source (guess who?)
- VIPserv - contradicted by source
- Webdock - confirmed by source
- Weebly - contradicted by source (requires manual enablement)
- WordPress - confirmed by source
EDIT: this list was revised as I contacted the hosting providers.
I’ll move the ones with contradictory information in the sources as soon as I hit Reply. Tomorrow I’ll reach out to the two unconfirmed ones & Squarespace and give them a chance to clarify on their help pages or blogs, unless someone with a fancy email address ending would prefer to.
I think this section really helps keep people from asking repeatedly about providers that have no support, and would hate to see it go.