As you know the likes SSL enabled websites is on the increase, mainly because Google is now rewarding sites for being safer to use. Users can view a sites SSL certificate by clicking the secure icon in the address bar, the problem with this is many consumers are unaware what it means, never mind its clickable.
Many sites will use SSL seals on the website which customers are more likely going to understand what it means, rather than a tiny pad lock in the address bar. In my opinion a trust seal should be clickable and bring up information for users, which brings me to the question!
As we have the likes of
href="fax:" which trigger operating system associated applications...
- Does any href exist for viewing the SSL of a site exist, or in draft?
- Is there any known methods asides PHP?
The idea is to allow users to view the SSL Cert from within the browser without having to click the secure icon next to the address. I know this can be done by copying the text and manually importing it into HTML, or use PHP to get the job done, but hoping there is an easier solution.