Cheers that is something I wasn't aware of. Looks cool but it looks like it's only suitable if you have root access to your host which is not usually the case, or if your web host company supports it directly. Will bear it in mind for future projects but for now my clients will have to pay. I will certainly try it out on my AWS hosted site though.
[Update] - wouldn't you know it I just found out my hosting company (Vidahost) do support Let's Encrypt, with the caveat that as they are new with an uncertain funding regime so your certificate may not renewed. Whatever I'll give it a go.
Edited by realj42 (Sun 05-Feb-17 15:50:28)