To let us be the gateway of your website, you need to add a A or a CNAME entry for you domain, pointing to our gateway. If your website is the root domain (like mydomain.com), we will handle mydomain.com and www.mydomain.com. To do so, add a A entry for mydomain.com going to 184.108.40.206 and a CNAME entry for www.mydomain.com targeting gw.ssl3.IO.
To setup SSL3.IO, you need metamask and a polygon address with some MATIC. Metamask is the standard crypto wallet for blockchain apps. Once you have Metamask and your first address, you need to add the Polygon network to metamask. To do so, click on "Add a network" in Metamask, look for Polygon, and click on "Add".
SSL3.IO can work with the "dnslink" standard, but to have a better and faster experience, you can add a SSL3.IO link to your DNS setup. For example, if your domain is "mydomain.com", you just need to add a subdomain TXT entry like: _ssl3.mydomain.com TXT link=0xYourPolygonAddress. This setup let SSL3.IO knows that you are the owner of the domain, and let you configure your website.
To host your website on IPFS, you simply need to upload your folder by clicking on Files, then Import, then by selecting "folder". Once done, click on the checkbox on the left of your folder, then click on "Share", and copy the part starting by "/ipfs/" until the end. Paste this in the "Connect an IPFS link" input of the dashboard, and click on "Update". The index file of your website/app has to be index.html.
In the second input (where you can read: the route: /hello/world), you can add your new route, for example: /hello. A route has to start with /. A route can also have wildcards or parameters characters. To have more details, please follow the link hereafter.
For your route to do something, you have to code it. An example of code is shown inside the code editor, you can use this to test your route, or you can improve it. To have a more details about the available API, please follow the link hereafter.