Now served over HTTPS

I’m a little late writing a post on this, but this blog (and a few other sites I have on GitHub) is now being served over HTTPS.

GitHub enabled the feature for custom domains on May 1st. Making the switch is usually as easy as ticking a checkbox:

Enable HTTPS for Custom Domain on GitHub Pages
Checkbox to enable HTTPS for Custom Domains on GitHub Pages – View full size

One of my domains doesn’t seem compatible at the moment, however:

Domain unable to use HTTPS
Can't enable HTTPS for this domain. Name redacted because it's undergoing a redesign :) – View full size

Not sure if it’s because of the age of the repo or what, but I didn’t have any issues with my other repos.