Be aware that when using a shared domain that it can get difficult to impossible to use LetsEncrypt certificates, as they will limit the amount of certificates that can be requested by one domain. So when you use one of those shared domains with over thousands of users, you'll most certainly never host on HTTPS with LetsEncrypt.
Good point. That's very important...
Thank you for the information.
True. I'd recommend using free services like GitHub Pages or Netlify to host using SSL with these subdomains. That only works for static sites though, of course.
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