By default, all your web sites are served over http, with no need to set up a special configuration to use HTTPS.
The only difference is that you need to use http server to connect to your web site.
Here’s how to configure your web server to use https: To get started, open your web browser and go to http://localhost:8000/ .
You’ll see an icon in the address bar that looks like the one in the image below.
If you haven’t already, you’ll need to enable the HTTP server in your web settings.
To do so, visit the following page, and then enable http server: http://admin:8000/.
You should see a page with the same icon.
Once you’re on this page, click on the Settings icon to open the page where you can enable HTTP server.
Click on the Advanced button.
Here, you can set the server IP address to the one you used for http.
If your server IP is different, you might need to check the box to set the default IP address, which is your local computer.
Next, click the Configure button to configure the default port for your web servers, and click OK.
To exit, click OK to close the page.
The next time you visit your website, you should see http://your-domain.com/ , not http://host:8000.
If the default server IP isn’t the one your local host assigns to your site, you will see the correct server IP.