Cloudflare offers free Let’s Encrypt Wildcards now. Just go to cloudflare, signup, point your nameservers there, point a CNAMe record to your main domain. Change the SSL status to Full and install a self signed ssl. Done, you got a free wildcard ssl with a dedicated common name.
I followed all the procedures to the word through the instruction pages, but I assume the system outages may be playing a role here. Nevertheless, just wanted another opinion on the issue; if time is the primary solution, it’s not a problem.
Interesting, do you mind divulging a bit into the steps of interlinking the ZeroSSL certificate zip file (after issuance) with the SSL/TTS section in your (my) CPanel? I do have a valid certificate from ZeroSSL but on inserting it into the private key and certificate fields (as the steps dictate), the SSL certificate is still not found.
@SocialSites it does appear we have a common problem. Whatever solution the Admin may recommend, should work for the both of us.