Broken wordpress site again!

Hello again!
I dont know why I am incapable of getting setting up an sssl correctly but I have made a mess again.
I was setting up an ssl for my new site
I set it up as normal with cloudflare and then went to change the nameservers where the domain is registered and not with my hosting company which I thought was the correct way of doing it.
I then went to the wordpress site and used the really simple ssl to enforce the ssl ans the domain has now changed to but all I get is the error page attached.
Has anyone got an idea what I have done wrong this time.
Thank you again for any help you can give me.

Hi @victorinspain, looks like mixed content not really related to cloudflare:

Tons of resources to fix that on this site, do a :search: for mixed content #CommunityTip for details and other posts with similar issues. First best shot? Enable Automatic HTTPS rewrites on the SSL/TLS app of the Cloudflare dashboard, that works most of the time.

Hi Cloonan
Automatic rewrites is already enabled in the SSL/TLS dashboard
The site is back online and I just had to reconnect a couple of images when I accessed wordpress.
In both cloudflare and in wordpress it looks as if everything is fine the ssl is activated and there are no warnings in the site health.
When I check it on my iphone I dont get any not secure sign however if I check it in firefox I get this image and in chrome it says not secure.
Can you have a look again and see how the site looks and what I should do next as everything seems to be fine.
Thank you Victor

y, that’s kind of a pain as each browser deals with the error in different ways, or not at all from the sounds of it on safari(?).

I’m still seeing mixed content error with the shamrock image. You may want to look at options 2 & 5 in this tip, Community Tip - Fixing mixed content errors

Hi again Cloonan I think it has to do with the third on your list which relates to http://the which was a free site from Infinity Free before I moved the site to the new url so as that link or image is http i suspect that is whats causing the problem,
Its quite late here now so I am going to have a good look at it tomorrow, what do you think, also in your link it mentions trying SSL Insecure Content Fixer do you think thats worth a try as well.
Whatever I will have a look tomorrow and get back to you and let you know how I got on.
Thanks for all your help so far.
Thanks Victor

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