There's one thing that keeps coming up but I have not seen any clear answers for yet, and that is a shared SSL ceritifcate for a server. What I mean by "shared SSL", and someone may want to correct me on my use of that term, is that all the domains on a shared IP address share the same SSL certificate. I have a shared IP address on my server and I want to provide generic, self-signed SSL for every domain on that IP. Can I do that with just one SSL cert on the shared IP address? How is that accomplished? Also - how can I set a subdirectory to use for storing my secure site? For example, I want https://mydomain.com to bring me straight to the secure folder, and do it transparently - meaning that https://mydomain.com still shows in the browser's address line, without the secure subdirectory name showing. I had this set up once when I was on a host with Plesk, and I'd like to try and set it up that way for my users in cpanel, since I remember it being a very user-friendly setup. I know that's a lot for one post, but if I could get this cleared up once and for all, it would really help everyone, I think. Thanks to anyone who can help.