Web Push Notification Solution for All Websites - HTTP and HTTPS

08 Nov 2016      Mohit Kuldeep      Features

Start using Web Push Notification on your Website and Increase your Reach

While creating PushAlert, we’ve considered every possible scenario so that you’re able to push notifications whether you’ve HTTPS (SSL certificate) or non-HTTPS website. Considering all scenarios, your website will fall into one of the 3 categories mentioned below:

Pure HTTPS (SSL) Website

A user can subscribe to push notifications only through an HTTPS website so that notifications are delivered securely to the end user. If you have an HTTPS website, you need to upload 3 files and copy the integration code on your website. When a user visits your website, a request dialog will appear as shown below and the user can go ahead with the subscription by pressing the “Allow” button.

HTTP Website

In this case, we’ll take care of the HTTPS website and provide you a branded HTTPS sub-domain which you can use for your website – for example – “https://mywebsite.pushalert.co”. You need to then copy the integration code to your website. Experience for your end user will be almost similar to pure HTTPS except that a confirmation dialog will appear on the website to process the subscription request on the branded https sub-domain (no action will be required from the end user, it will get closed automatically).

 Mixed HTTP and HTTPS Website

This is a special case where you either have an HTTPS sub-domain on your website or you have HTTPS enabled on the same domain but you’re not using it. This will also be applicable if you have your own separate HTTPS domain. We created an easy Interface from where you can configure the HTTPS domain (or sub-domain) and use our service hassle free. The user experience is going to same as the HTTP website except the request is processed on your mentioned HTTPS domain.

We’re sure that you’ll love our service and all the neat features it offers, which will increase your reach by multiple times, signup for free now.