The FileMaker reference page Configuring security for FileMaker Cloud contains this confusing sentence:
"If you already own a domain, you may instead purchase a subdomain (subdomain.currentdomain.com)
for FileMaker Cloud instead of getting an entirely new domain."
Why would I need to spend money on a subdomain for a domain I already own? Shouldn’t this say
"…you may instead purchase an SSL certificate for a subdomain…"?
My understanding is that you may purchase a certificate for a specific or subdomain, or a wildcard certificate, for the same price.