Self-Signed certificates are what temporary SSL certificates are. These cannot be created in the panel, but they will appear in your panel in two situations.
If you previously added a Self-Signed certificate in the panel
If you had previously added a Self-Signed certificate to your domain, it will continue to work. However, it is now shown as a ‘Temporary’ certificate on the Secure Certificates page. Consider the following scenario:
If you’d like to change this to a Let’s Encrypt or Sectigo certificate, view the following article:
Using a Let’s Encrypt or Sectigo certificate instead of your current SSL certificate
If you are in the process of adding a Sectigo certificate
Instructions on how to add a Sectigo certificate can be found in the following article.
How can I get an SSL certificate that is signed by a professional?
The panel will automatically install it after it has been purchased. A temporary certificate is created during this process, which can be viewed under the Current Certificate tab:
This temporary certificate is replaced when the Sectigo certificate is ultimately installed.