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In namecheap.com, I have the following settings:

Custom DNS: ns01.000webhost.com and ns02.000webhost.com

How to link my own domain to mysite.000webhostapp.com with https connection

i.e. https://mydomain.me without redirects automatically to https://mysite.000webhostapp.com

Edit: my domain accessed correctly now (with no redirect) but cannot be accessed over HTTPS which is the requirement.

  • I'm not sure what you're saying... is ns01.000webhost.com and ns02.000webhost.com the intended NAMESERVERS? Where is the redirect occurring? Is mysite.000webhostapp.com an external host? Is mysite.000webhostapp.com expecting requests to https://mysite.me? – MrWhite Oct 5 '18 at 17:57
  • Sorry I mean mydomain.me .. They are NAMESERVERS .. redirect occuring when requesting mydomain.me .. mysite.000webhostapp.com is where I deployed my website for free .. expecting requests to mydomain.me is just mydomain.me linked with my deployed website – Abdulkader Oct 5 '18 at 18:38
  • You should add the additional information to your question (from the deleted answer)... that your domain now resolves correctly (with no redirect) to the required host, but cannot be accessed over HTTPS - which is the requirement. – MrWhite Oct 5 '18 at 22:11
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mysite.000webhostapp.com is where I deployed my website for free

HTTPS on your own domain does not appear to be supported on "free" accounts. It looks like you'll need to upgrade to their "premium [paid-for] hosting service" in order to do this. From their knowledge base article:

SSL certificates, do you support SSL?

By default, all 000webhostapp.com subdomains are covered with 000webhost’s SSL.

However you can upgrade your account to our premium hosting service at https://www.hostinger.com/special/000webhost and enjoy full benefits of SSL and other unlimited features for best price on the market.

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